Mohammad Saifuddin is discouraged by the Bangladesh management’s lack of interest during his rehabilitation

Mohammad Saifuddin, Bangladesh’s pacer, is unhappy with the national team management’s lack of concern for his injury recuperation and has conveyed his discontent. The right-arm seamer last appeared for Bangladesh in an international match against Sri Lanka in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 and has been out for more than five months with a back ailment.

Saifuddin has been a consistent wicket-taker for Bangladesh since his debut in 2017 and has contributed significantly alongside Mustafizur Rahman and Taskin Ahmed. He can also bat down the order and has two half-centuries to his record in ODIs, but he may have to wait for another chance with the national squad. Shoriful Islam has performed admirably in the interim, and the left-arm seamer has firmly established himself in the playing XI, making life difficult for Saifuddin.

Saifuddin stated that he has been out of action for over five months and has not gotten a single call from the Bangladesh management or coaching staff regarding his recovery. He stated that once he returned to the national team, he hoped to expand on the issue further and shifted his focus to the Dhaka Premier League.