Ramlas Raza says PSL canceled because of coronavirus contaminated Alex Hales

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The present season of Pakistan Super League (PSL) has been canceled because of coronavirus. But former Pakistan participant and commentator Rameez Raza believes that the choice to postpone the league has been made as a result of a participant from the franchise Karachi Kings collaborating within the league was contaminated with coronavirus.

Pakistan web site Urdu Point quoted sources as saying that Karachi Kings opener Alex Hales was affected by a coronavirus an infection and organizers felt the an infection didn’t unfold to different gamers, so postpone playoff matches of PSL's fifth season Will be the precise choice. <! –

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Rameez informed reporters that Hales, who performed for the England nationwide group, performed with the Karachi Kings within the PSL and was contaminated with coronavirus. According to the information, Hales has left the PSL League two days in the past and left for London, the place he’s saved in isolation.

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Meanwhile, News99 has posted a video on its Twitter, through which it has additionally written that Karachi Kings batsman Hells Coronavirus has been discovered and being examined. News additionally mentioned that other than Hales, all commentators and broadcasters are additionally being examined.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Wasim Khan mentioned, "One player was suffering from coronavirus but he is not in Pakistan." The CEO, nevertheless, didn’t identify the participant.

He mentioned that the choice to postpone the matches of PSL has been taken after an order issued by the federal government. "We have decided to postpone PSL matches keeping in mind the safety of everyone, including the players," he mentioned.

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