Earlier, Mashrafe tested Covid-19 positive on June 20
Former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza has informed that he has tested Covid-19 negative, confirming the news in his social media platform Tuesday night.
Earlier, Mashrafe tested Covid-19 positive on June 20.
Mashrafe said in his facebook page, "Assalamualaikum. I hope everyone is doing well.
"Alhamdulilah. By the grace of Allah and all of your prayers, my coronavirus test result came out negative. I came to know about it [Tuesday night]. During this time, all of you who were beside me, prayed for me, concerned for me and asked about my wellbeing, I am grateful to everyone.
"After being tested as Covid-19 positive, my wife’s situation remains the same as before. But by everyone’s prayers, she is doing well. I am asking for your prayers for her.
"I got well after receiving treatment at home. Whoever got tested Covid-19 positive, have courage. Keep your faith on Allah. Follow all the guidelines.
"Everyone stay safe, and well. All of us together, we have to continue our fight against coronavirus.
"Allah have mercy on everyone."
Mashrafe has played 36 Test matches, 220 one-day internationals and 54 Twenty20 internationals.
The veteran right-arm pacer has retired from Tests and T20Is but has not called it a day from the 50-over format just yet.