|Photos||Video & Audio||Blogs||Statistics||Archive||Games||Mobile|
February 22, 2012
Nazir suffered the blow in the seventh over of Dhaka's chase against Sylhet Royals when he was on 31. He had a hat on rather than a helmet and immediately went down to the ground holding his head. Minutes later he walked off with physio Vibhav Singh holding an ice-pack on the injured area on the side of Nazir's head.
Nazir was immediately taken to a local clinic where it was found that he was out of danger. The medical reports showed that he had suffered soft tissue damage. As a precautionary measure, Nazir will be kept under observation in Chittagong for an additional day. Dhaka's next game is against Chittagong Kings at home on February 24.
Mohammad Isam is senior sports reporter at the Daily Star in DhakaFeeds: Mohammad Isam
© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
|Comments have now been closed for this article
The South Africa captain has had his troubles against Zaheer - and other left-arm quicks - and his attempts to sort them out will be tested in the India series
Ray Jennings, the former South Africa coach and the current coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore, believes his ward, Virat Kohli, faces a difficult test in South Africa
ESPNcricinfo looks at five reasons for Australia's dominance in winning back the Ashes
In difficult conditions against one of the world's best attacks, Virat Kohli remained unfazed, played his own game, and showed India could compete
It is impossible to say how this series would have panned out had Mickey Arthur still been in charge, but Darren Lehmann's approach has paid off handsomely
The new breed of Indian batsmen need to carry the flame that Sunny, Sachin and Rahul kept burning for so long
ESPNcricinfo looks at five reasons for England's failure to compete in Australia