LAHORE: Quetta Gladiators’ Naseem Shah has been out of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL 6) after he violated COVID-19 protocols, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stated in an announcement on Monday.
The pacer arrived on the designated resort with a non-compliant RT-PCR check end result — that was a prerequisite for departure from Pakistan — the board stated.
The quick bowler is not going to be travelling to Abu Dhabi on Could 26 and is now out of the competitors, PCB stated.
“As per the COVID-19 protocols for the remaining Pakistan Tremendous League 6 matches, all these travelling by chartered flights from Karachi and Lahore have been directed to assemble on the crew resorts in Karachi and Lahore on 24 Could with unfavorable experiences of PCR checks taken no more than 48 hours previous to arrival on the resort,” the assertion stated.
Upon submission of the report, he was positioned into isolation on a separate ground earlier than being launched following a choice made by a three-member panel on the advice of the impartial Medical Advisory Panel for PSL.
Shahid Afridi to not partake in PSL 6
Earlier within the day, Multan Sultans’ star all-rounder Shahid Afridi was additionally dominated out of the Abu Dhabi leg of the PSL-6 resulting from a again damage.
The previous Pakistan captain was coaching in Karachi for the upcoming PSL 6 matches when he skilled ache in his decrease again following which he was examined by a physician who has suggested him full relaxation.
Shahid, who appeared in Sultans’ 4 Karachi-leg matches, has been changed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s left-arm-spinner Asif Afridi who could be becoming a member of the Sultans squad in Abu Dhabi.