Bangladesh suffered a massive blow ahead of the one-day international series against New Zealand, after the Bangladesh Cricket Board said all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan had been ruled out with a finger fracture.
An X-ray following the match confirmed a fracture, and the finger will "have to be immobilised for around three weeks," said senior BCB physician Debashis Chowdhury.
This is the second injury blow for Bangladesh ahead of the visit, which consists of three one-day internationals and three Tests.
Pace bowler Taskin Ahmed was earlier ruled out for the entire series with a torn ligament and had been replaced by Shafiul Islam for the ODIs and uncapped Ebadot Hossain for Test series.
Shakib missed much of the action last year following an injury to his left little finger.
He was not fully fit until the home series against West Indies in November-December.
Bangladesh have not won any match against New Zealand in any format during their previous four visits.