Kiwi Batsman
After recovering from a COVID-19 infection, Finn Allen rejoined the New Zealand squad for the Bangladesh T20Is.


Finn Allen, upon landing in Bangladesh, was found to have a COVID-19 infection.

In the first T20I against Bangladesh, New Zealand was dismissed for 60 runs.

SBangladesh has taken a one-game lead in the five-match T20I series vs New Zealand.

Finn Allen has been called up to the New Zealand team after he recovered from his strain, which sidelined him during the Bangladesh T20Is.

It was revealed that batsman Finn Allen returned to New Zealand’s T20I squad after they had two consecutive negative tests for COVID-19, according to an announcement from team authorities. This year, the 22-year-old tested positive for the infectious disease 48 hours after arriving in Dhaka, Bangladesh, two days after making his international debut. “We benefit a lot. He has been a significant presence on our squad. We’re optimistic that he will return as soon as possible, but he will first have to go through a couple of tests “New Zealand interim coach Glenn Pocknall announced.

“It seems likely that he will be considered. This is all about timing. We need to determine the role he will play in the team after evaluating his physical fitness.”

Allen will “bring a lot of fire in our batting line-up,” according to Pocknall.

Allen played in the Hundred tournament for Birmingham Phoenix, in England, before traveling to Dhaka with Colin De Grandhomme on August 22.

Before he left England, he got all his vaccinations and did all of his pre-departure medical examinations.

Matt Henry, who was called in as a replacement, finished his three-day quarantine on his last day.

He’ll join the team if he fails a Covid-19 test.

In the opener of a five-match series, a new-look New Zealand team suffered their joint-lowest score of 60, losing the match by seven wickets after being bowled out.

As Ajaz Patel, the second most economical left-arm spinner in T20Is (with 1-7, behind only Daniel Vettori’s 3-6 against Bangladesh), pledged to learn from the opener, Guptill, and Taylor, the latter of whom opened in Tests for the first time, also said they had seen enough of Chisar in the IPL.

“Finally, it was enjoyable to be able to spend some time outdoors. I’m not sure what the race will be like until I start running “Patel spoke with media on Thursday, as reported by Fox News.

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