27 stitches in BD former captain Mashrafe’s leg

Mashrafe bin Murtaza, a former Bangladesh cricket captain, has been admitted to a hospital after having his leg amputated. When he crashed into a glass table at his residence on Saturday, he was seriously hurt. Mashrafe’s feet were hit by a piece of glass that had fallen from above as he pushed on the table. Mash’s leg had been amputated.

Mashrafe was brought to the Ever Care Hospital in Dhaka after the accident.  Mashrafe’s legs were stitched together in a total of 26 places. He is presently being monitored at the hospital’s emergency department. He is expected to recover.

By taking over as the captain of the Bangladesh cricket team, the previous captain of the country has helped to boost Bangladesh’s status in the world of cricket. His squad finished second in the Legends of Rupganj Divisional Cricket Tournament.

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (born 5 October 1983; also known as Mashrafe Bin Mortuza) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer and politician who served as the Test, One-Day International, and Twenty20 captain of the Bangladesh national cricket team. He is currently a Member of Parliament for the Narail-2.