POST TIME: 3 July, 2018 00:00 00 AM
Taskin resumes bowling with short run-up
Sports Reporter

Taskin resumes bowling with short run-up

Bangladesh speedster Taskin Ahmed started bowling with short run-up around four-month after the last Dhaka Premier League (DPL) at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) ground yesterday.

The young fast-bowler recurred back injury what he revealed on his facebook page on May 22. He missed back-to-back last two away series against Afghanistan (T20 series) and West Indies owing to his injury.   

“I start bowling four-month after Dhaka League. By the grace of Allah, I could get down bowling again,” said Taskin Ahmed, who played five Tests along with 32 ODIs and 19 T20Is so far after being stepped into international cricket in 2014.

“Today I bowl in three-step short run-up bowling. I face no problem while bowling four overs. Apart from that, gym-rehab-treatment all are going on. I was a bit nervous after taking injection,” Taskin told media.

“But I think I’ve to do much more think to be fully recuperated. It’ll be understood the state after doing full run-up and some hard training. At present, it goes well. Hopefully it’ll be remained well,” he added.  

The paceman said that he seeks to return to his business with improved skills and variation.

“This time I’m watching games and talking with senior players whenever I get chance.”