Lahore Qalandars Proprietor Reveals the Actual Wrongdoer Behind PSL Postponement


The house owners of Lahore Qalandars have lashed out on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for his or her poor administration of the bio-secure bubble.

The CEO of Lahore Qalandars, Atif Rana, stated that the breaches of the bio-secure bubble have been ignored by the PCB and there was no selection left however to postpone PSL because of the COVID-19 unfold inside the bio-secure bubble.

Atif Rana additionally stated that PCB had been conscious of the seashores, together with one of many staff house owners embracing his gamers with out being part of the bio-secure bubble, however they did not take motion on this.


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Atif Rana stated that that they had requested PCB to not maintain the PSL in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic however after session with the opposite 5 franchises, the board determined to carry the event.

On the eve of the opening match of PSL 6, Peshawar Zalmi’s captain, Wahab Riaz, and head coach, Darren Sammy, breached the bio-secure bubble once they met the staff proprietor, Javed Afridi. The PCB determined to ship the gamers in quarantine however after Zalmi allegedly threatened to boycott the event, PCB allowed them to reintegrate with the remainder of the squad.


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This led to individuals questioning the sanctity of the bio-secure bubble.

After seven people, together with six gamers and one official, examined constructive for COVID-19, PCB determined to postpone PSL 6 indefinitely. Islamabad United’s leg spinner, Fawad Ahmed, was the primary participant to check constructive and was despatched to the isolation facility inside the bio-secure bubble. Islamabad’s match with Quetta was therefore rescheduled.



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