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Bangladesh Cricket Team Captain Mashrafe Mortaza was found to be Corona positive

Coronavirus is continuously spreading all over the world and now many cricketers have started coming in its grip. Last week, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi got coronavirus and now former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has been caught by Corona.

Mashrafe Mortaza was given for his sample test on Friday and on Saturday he was found to be Corona positive.

Morserla bin Mortaza, younger brother of Mashrafe Mortaza has confirmed this. He said that Mashrafe has got coronavirus and he is at home. Please tell that about 2 lakh cases of coronavirus have occurred in Bangladesh, in which 1425 people have lost their lives.

Please tell that the mother-in-law of Mashrafe Mortaza has also been hit by the Coronavirus. On 15 June, he was found to be Corona positive. Mortaza has helped many people in Bangladesh after the coronavirus spread.

He also donated half his salary and at the same time, he distributed ration and needy items to the poor people. Mortaza had also sold his 18-year-old bracelet, but the fan who bought his bracelet later gave it to Mortaza.

Let me tell you that Mortaza was supposed to take part in a Bangladesh team meeting last Sunday but after the mother-in-law was corona positive, he did not become a part of that meeting. Now Mortaza has been found to be corona positive. If Mortaza had gone to that meeting, then many Bangladesh players might have been hit by Corona.

Not only with the coronavirus, but Mashrafe Mortaza is also now in danger of ending his career. Actually the Bangladesh cricket team management is constantly trying to side them.

Mortaza himself had alleged that the team management’s behavior with him has changed since he left the captaincy. Let me tell you that Mortaza did not perform well in the ICC World Cup 2019. He got just one wicket in the entire tournament.

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