Bangladesh have been left sweating over the fitness of star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan ahead of their tri-series one-day international final against West Indies in Ireland, an official said Thursday.
Shakib was in visible pain Wednesday during the 36th over of the Bangladesh innings against and briefly continued his batting before retiring hurt with a half-century off 51 balls.
Bangladesh later won the match against the hosts by six wickets.
"He is undergoing assessment and treatment and we will make a decision regarding his availability for tomorrow's tri-series final on the morning of the match," he added.
A win Friday would give Bangladesh their first trophy in a multi-team tournament. The tri-series in Ireland was organised as part of the teams' build-up for the World Cup, starting on May 30 in Britain.
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