PDA

View Full Version : Mushfiqur Rahim Injured!!!!!!!


shabbir
September 17, 2010, 03:40 AM
Wicket Keeper Batsman Mosfiqur Rahman injured in the shoulder while fielding practice.Though Bangladeshi Physio told to reporters,his injury is nothing serious but they will decide tommorrow after scan whether he will be fit for NZ Series or not.

Source:NTV

nakibahmed
September 17, 2010, 03:52 AM
Mushfiqur Rahim?

lamisa
September 17, 2010, 03:55 AM
i know,i saw it too!damn,just when things were turning to be nearly perfect for bd,what with the new ceo,bowling coach,fielding coach,....

Naimul_Hd
September 17, 2010, 04:00 AM
Dnt worry...Jahurul Islam, our stand by Wk, is more than capable of taking mushy's role ! But, i sincerely hope that Mushy will be alright and can play against NZ !

shakibrulz
September 17, 2010, 04:28 AM
Blessing in disguise? :-p

Razi
September 17, 2010, 04:34 AM
This must be because of Ash, he is such a kufa, when you keep him as a standby someone is bound to get injured. I wish Mushy a quick recovery and if a replacement is required than please take anyone but not Ash.

riankhan
September 17, 2010, 04:47 AM
This must be because of Ash, he is such a kufa, when you keep him as a standby someone is bound to get injured. I wish Mushy a quick recovery and if a replacement is required than please take anyone but not Ash.

Selectors have to explain each time to the media n public....regarding the omission of "Ash Factor". It puts pressure.
I hope they will go for Nazimuddin or someone else (i.e. even shuvagoto) rather than Ash to ash.....dust to dust
Hope Mushi will recover soon :(

shakibrulz
September 17, 2010, 05:03 AM
If he's injured Shuvogoto please.. Or even Naeem/Shuvo.. No Ash for chrissakes.

Habib
September 17, 2010, 05:05 AM
Thread title is wrong.

yaseer
September 17, 2010, 05:08 AM
Opening up the door for ASH? You just can't get ASH out of the scene, can you?

Anyway it is a blow for the team if Mushy is not around against NZ and we are already missing Tamim. BUT, as Jahurul is around as keeper and Mushy is not in a good form with bat lately, it is not a BIG blow if he miss out.

simon
September 17, 2010, 05:15 AM
I guess he will be ok before NZ series,still 2 weeks.
We need Mushy,he is really good in home cond.

shakibrulz
September 17, 2010, 05:23 AM
I'd bet on Chris Martin scorring a century than Ash, ATM.

al-Sagar
September 17, 2010, 05:39 AM
if mosfiqur rahman is injued who cares ???

but if MUSHFIQUR RAHIM is injured there is some concerns

_Rafi_
September 17, 2010, 06:57 AM
Get well soon Mushy. We need you against Nz in top order.
Btw chawal-der bap(atmr vai) koi? Edaning BC asa-jawa kome gelo ken?

beshideshi
September 17, 2010, 07:07 AM
This must be because of Ash, he is such a kufa, when you keep him as a standby someone is bound to get injured. I wish Mushy a quick recovery and if a replacement is required than please take anyone but not Ash.

Exactly my thoughts, Ash must be using some tabij or something. You just can't keep him off the team, be it injury, or drama[Rakib] or something else, he is always back.

roman
September 17, 2010, 07:39 AM
Johurul is capable of keeping and he is a better batsman than Mushy, so no big loss. I wish Mushy recovers soon. And please dont call Ash a kufa. Leave him alone...

wiseshah
September 17, 2010, 08:21 AM
if its test--sure i would care. he is very important in test batting line up
but ODI--doesnt make difference, if wkt keeper is jahurul/anam--i think both are better than mushy

replacement should be--shuvagoto/nazimuddin from the reserve.
wishing recovery for mushfiq, my chirping bird

Roni_uk
September 17, 2010, 08:39 AM
Can someone please remind me what happened last time when mushfik got injured?

jisaan
September 17, 2010, 10:59 AM
if its test--sure i would care. he is very important in test batting line up
but ODI--doesnt make difference, if wkt keeper is jahurul/anam--i think both are better than mushy

replacement should be--shuvagoto/nazimuddin from the reserve.
wishing recovery for mushfiq, my chirping bird

ditto!!!

MarufH
September 18, 2010, 09:17 AM
I say bring Shuvagoto as specialist #7/8. ;)

lamisa
September 18, 2010, 09:21 AM
i never thought of it this way,mushy out ash in!well i hope the selectors call up nazimuddin.i don't want shuvogoto to play for the national team yet ar ashrafoolke keno dekte chai na oita bolar toh ar dorkar nai!

auntu
September 18, 2010, 03:02 PM
http://www.eprothomalo.com/contents/2010/2010_09_18/content_zoom/2010_09_18_18_1_b.jpg

auntu
September 18, 2010, 03:03 PM
http://www.eprothomalo.com/contents/2010/2010_09_18/content_zoom/2010_09_18_18_0_b.jpg

auntu
September 18, 2010, 03:04 PM
^^^[বাংলা] মাফ করে দিয়েন, আলোকচিত্রটি রিসাইজ করা যায় কি? [/বাংলা]

Zeeshan
September 18, 2010, 10:15 PM
Mushfique to return to training soon

Staff Correspondent Injured wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim will return to training within a few days as primary reports did not suggest any serious damage in his shoulder, Bangladesh Cricket Board physician Debashish Chowdhury said on Saturday.
Mushfique had sustained shoulder injury in training a day earlier, which caused a panic as the diminutive stumper was carrying an old injury in the same part of his body.
‘We have done an MRI on his shoulder, though we did not get any report. However, we were told by the consultant that he had only torn some tissues and there was no need to be panicked,’ said Debashish.
After seeing the primary report of the MRI the consultant said there is a sign of tissue damage but he is not sure whether it is new injury or the old one that he already carried,’ the BCB physician said.
‘The MRI report suggested that he had not broken or dislocated his shoulder. He has been asked to rest for 72 hours and we expect him to return to training within a few days,’ Debasish added.


http://www.newagebd.com/2010/sep/19/spt.html

BANFAN
September 19, 2010, 06:35 AM
Good that he will be back.

riankhan
September 19, 2010, 08:57 AM
Zeeshan and Auntu vai made the adjustments (ref: Avatar)......lol
Nice to hear Mushi is Khushi

lamisa
September 19, 2010, 09:25 AM
eibarer tabijta mone hoy oto bhalo moton korte parlo na matin shaheb!

Rabz
September 19, 2010, 12:16 PM
Thank God he will be fine soon.
Can't afford to lose him.

Btw, dont worry, i still think Ash would somehow end up playing in this series.
He always does.

auntu
September 19, 2010, 02:22 PM
http://www.eprothomalo.com/contents/2010/2010_09_19/content_zoom/2010_09_19_22_12_b.jpg

bujhee kom
September 19, 2010, 09:11 PM
Ohh man I am really sorry to hear this!All the best wishes and prayers to Allah the Almighty for our Mushfiqur and may Allah heal him well and fast and return him back to field to his team soon Insahllah!

Tiger Manc
September 21, 2010, 09:25 AM
I hope you get better Mushy!! We need you!

lamisa
September 21, 2010, 09:35 AM
i just noticed how important articles have not been posted here!there were two articles regarding this issue in PA in the last couple of days.mushy is fine,he just needs a week's rest and he will be back in action.no torn ligaments or anything to worry about

Tiger Manc
September 21, 2010, 09:54 AM
could you post them on here if you can, and if you do could you kindly give a brief summary of events in english thanks.

zainab
September 25, 2010, 07:00 AM
Found this article on Cricinfo

The wicket keeper is
The second-most important man in the side

Apart from squatting, diving, catching and throwing all day, a wicketkeeper keeps the team together with his observations and chatter. Don't let anyone tell you it's easy

It isn't odd that a world charmed by aggressive batsmen, daunting pacers and incisive spinners often looks through the men crouching behind the stumps, playing singular roles for their teams. A wicketkeeper is usually the most under-appreciated of the playing XI, constantly called upon to make vital contributions as a matter of routine. While a brilliant piece of fielding is usually praised when it occurs in the outfield, it simply is expected behind the wickets.

Still, wicketkeepers are called the backbone of the fielding unit and are in the thick of the action through a game. The stronger the backbone, the tougher the team appears on the field. The keeper leads the team in setting the tone for energy levels and body language. Since he's closest to the batsman, his job is to convey the team's mood to the opponent, and of course to intimidate him.

While it may be the most gruelling job on the cricket field, wicketkeeping is a thankless job. You could be at your best behind the stumps the whole day, but the big gloves will take half the credit, and if, God forbid, you drop a catch, you can almost see your world coming down. A keeper's span of concentration - the amount of time he needs to stay in the present - has to be longer than that for other players. It starts with the bowler's run-up (when the keeper looks for cues with regards to the shine, or for any other indication that might help him move better) and ends when the ball is dead. To this mental effort, add 540 squats, 90 trots of about 50 metres each, and about 200 short sprints every day.
Wicketkeepers are born, not made, they say. The craft chooses its disciple, not the other way around. Good wicketkeepers are blessed with great (read soft) hands, sharp reflexes and the right temperament.

Though it isn't a rule of thumb, and there have been exceptions, good wicketkeepers are also not very tall. Since a shorter person's centre of gravity is lower, it's easier for him to go down, and also to stay low on every ball, without too much effort. Taller guys, like Adam Gilchrist, have to remind themselves to stay low all the time.

For all the fans here who have constantly bashed Mushy. No one wants to be a wicket keeper, you have to love it to be one.

lamisa
September 25, 2010, 07:20 AM
^^^look,none of us here are happy to bash mushy i am sure.he fits into everything that's described above as a keeper's make,short,chatty and all that.but see most importantly he misses that bit about being born a keeper.u can say that he was born a good player but definitely not a keeper