& # 039; Message despatched by Alex Hells at 2 pm, trigger PSL to be suspended & # 039;

by Jeremy Spirogis
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It is believed that England batsman Alex Hales was contaminated with coronavirus and this was additionally the explanation for suspending the Pakistan Super League (PSL) earlier than the knockout matches. Hales, nevertheless, mentioned after arriving in England that he was not contaminated with Corona, however now Salman Iqbal, the proprietor of PSL staff Karachi Kings, has revealed that this was additionally the explanation for suspending the league.

Hales performs for Karachi Kings in PSL. Iqbal advised the BBC's 'second podcast', "It was two o'clock in Pakistan at that time and we got a message from Alex Hales in which he wrote – Boss, I have symptoms of corona virus and I think That you should do all the tests. "

He mentioned, "Then I acquired a name from Dean Jones and requested him to fulfill. <! –

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                 We have been all scared. We mentioned that it is best to have stored your self aside while you (Hales) had signs. Then I advised my physician in London to go and check him. However this might not occur. "

Iqbal continued, "In the end, every player in the team had to be tested. This made all the players very scared and it was decided to postpone the league the very next day."

Hales, nevertheless, denied stories after arriving in England that he was affected by coronavirus signs when he was enjoying within the PSL.

Hales later tweeted, "I returned to England in the early Saturday and at the time I was fully fit and had no symptoms. However when I woke up on Sunday morning I had a fever and then I took government instructions. According to him, kept himself isolated from the crowd (self-isolation). This is a process that I am still completing. "

He had mentioned, "At this time it is not possible to have a full investigation, I hope it can happen later today. So after that, I will get complete information about my health now."

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