BCB development coach Ashiqur Rahman was confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19.
Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) development coach Ashiqur Rahman was a former Under-19 pacer who played for Bangladesh in the 2002 World Cup. He also spent over six years in his playing career. Yesterday, it has been revealed that Rahman has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently recovering in hospital.
In an interview, Rahman stated that he got admitted in the afternoon and that he got the result of his test which made him knew that he was COVID-19 positive.
He also shared the symptoms that he had felt prior to the confirmation of his test results. ‘I didn't understand it at first. I thought I had a swollen tonsil. I had a sore throat at first, then slowly comes fever, then started to have chest pain and went to the doctor and did my Test’, he said.
His major breakthrough came to him when he had worked for the women’s cricket team as an assistant coach. Today, he works for BCB as well as for the Prime Bank of the Dhaka Premier League. To discover more renowned cricket leagues, visit Betwala.
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