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Tamim Iqbal returns home from London following his treatment

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Tamim Iqbal returns home from London following his treatment
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|| CF Correspondent ||

Bangladesh’s ODI captain Tamim Iqbal has returned home from London on Saturday morning following some test in London. He went to London for treatment purpose last week. According to the source, he underwent several tests there.

The results of these tests will come out after a few days. Doctors will prescribe after observing these test results, possibly over the e-mail. That's the reason Tamim decided to return to Bangladesh.

The left-handed opening batsman has recently complained of severe intestinal pain. Despite several checkups, pathological tests and computed tomography (CT) scan in Dhaka, the reason behind the intestinal pain remained unknown.

Later Tamim decided to travel London following a video call with physicians based in London as his local physicians couldn't diagnosis his real cause for his complications. They suggested him to take admission in the city hospitals. But Tamim Iqbal was not satisfied with their advice. So, the experienced left-handed batsman decided to go to London to take medical treatment there.

However, he at first thought to take medical treatment in Singapore or in Thailand as well. But the flights of those countries were not available nowadays due to coronavirus pandemic outbreak across the globe.


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