The captain of Pakistan’s cricket staff, Babar Azam, reportedly breached the COVID-19 protocols when he met the Director-Normal of the Punjab Sports activities Board, Adnan Irshad, to debate points pertaining to his native cricket membership.
After the assembly, Babar made haste and drove out of sight whereas narrowly avoiding hitting different vehicles. He additionally steered away from on-station media representatives who had been tipped off concerning the assembly.
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Babar had gotten himself examined for COVID-19 on the Nationwide Excessive-Efficiency Centre on Tuesday, forward of the upcoming tour to Africa. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had lately suggested him to remain at dwelling and to keep away from going out in public as everyone seems to be trying ahead to him becoming a member of the ‘bio-secure bubble’ tomorrow on the PCB headquarters.
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Pakistan will play three ODIs in Centurion, South Africa, on 2 April. The opposite two matches are in Johannesburg (4 April) and Centurion (7 April). The groups may also play 4 T20Is after the ODIs.
Afterward, Pakistan will journey for 2 Exams and three T20 internationals in Zimbabwe.