Former Tigers’ captain Habibul Bashar Sumon has been hospitalised after testing positive for Covid-19.
The current selector of Bangladesh Cricket Board was diagnosed with coronavirus on November 12 and was taken to hospital November 16 following detection of an infection in his lungs, reports cricbuzz.
“I was admitted on Monday. Doctor said that my lungs infection increased and immediately admitted me to the hospital. I am not having any fever at the moment and due to infection in my lungs the fever was not going,” Bashar said on Thursday.
“Now I am quite fine as there is no breathing problem and hopefully will be released on Saturday,” he said.
Sumon has been active in his role as a member BCB selection panel, alongside chief selector Minhajul Abedin, and has been on the field over the last few weeks, at training and at matches.