I am not sure whether doing the surgery was wrong or bad: Nurul Hasan 

image-lcepqppvNurul Hasan Sohan during the recent series against India

Upcoming wicketkeeper-batter for Bangladesh, Nurul Hasan Sohan has expressed concerns over his future, with his finger injury still not fully healed. 

Nurul underwent surgery in August on his fractured index finger, which remain to be troublesome.

The youngster injured his finger during Bangladesh's tour of Zimbabwe, where he was appointed their T20I captain. 

Following his injury, Nurul missed out on the Asia Cup 2022, and made a return to cricket in the T20I Tri-Nation series in New Zealand and played the T20 World Cup 2022 as well.

The 29-year-old, speaking to Cricbuzz, revealed that he played with a suppository during the second Test against India, and took medication for pain relief after completion.

"As far as the state of injured finger is concerned, I have taken an injection after the last match (second Test against India) and that injection was a pain reliever. I played the Test series with suppository because there was huge pain and I was unable to do anything.

At the moment there is nothing I can do and there is no option for me. I am not sure whether doing the surgery was wrong or bad. Now I might be feeling that if I hadn't done the surgery it would have been good. On the other hand it could have got worse if I did not do the surgery,"

Nurul, who is constantly in touch with the BCB medical staff, will be seen in action for the Rangpur Riders in the upcoming Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) 2023.

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