Naseem Shah’s scandal in PSL, PCB punished for showing old Kovid report


New Delhi: Pakistani players are often very famous among the people for their weird antics. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) decided that the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PCB) will be held in Abu Dhabi. But before this tournament, fast bowler Naseem Shah has done a new feat.

Nasim Shah went out

Pakistani fast bowler Naseem Shah, who played for Quetta Gladiators in the PSL, has been ruled out of the rest of the PSL matches. Nasim has been punished by the PCB for breaking the bio-bubble protocol. For the PSL, the players have to go to Abu Dhabi from Pakistan on 26 May.

Old Kovid Report appears

Please tell that the players were to come to the team hotel with negative report of RTPCR test, this report should not be more than 48 hours old. Nasim (Naseem Shah) who reached the hotel with the report was on 18 May, after which he was separated from the rest of the hotel players and isolated on the second floor.

PSL’s Commercial Direct Babur Hameed said, ‘PCB is not feeling proud by releasing this big event to Naseem. But if we ignore this violation, then we will put the entire tournament at risk.

IPL also postponed after PSL

In March, the PSL was postponed after players were found to be corona positive inside the bio-bubble. After this, IPL 2021 to be held in India was also stopped in the middle after the Corona case in the bio-bubble. Now there is an effort to get this big league done in September.


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