New Delhi: Australian cricketer Fawad Ahmed playing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has been hit by Kovid-19. After Fawad Ahmed was found positive for the Corona virus test, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now come under fire for not maintaining the Bio-Bubble (BIO-Bubble) protocol during the Pakistan Super League.
A match has been postponed
There was a stir in PSL after Fawad Ahmed was found infected with the corona virus at that time. In the PSL after Fawad Ahmed, who played for Islamabad United, was found positive. The match between Islamabad and the Gladiators has been postponed. However, the PCB indicates that the tournament will end on its own schedule and that there will be no problem due to the postponement of this match.
Media are held accountable for PCB
Local media have fallen behind on PCB after Fawad Ahmed was found infected with the corona virus. PTI said some reports in local media indicated that players were allowed to play in this tournament without completing the isolation period. It was also said in a report that players order food from outside even after being in the bio bubble.
There were also reviews about Wahab Riaz and Darren Sammy
Even after breaking Covid-19 protocol in PSL, Pakistani fast pitcher Wahab Riaz and former West Indies captain Darren Sammy were allowed to play the match by the PCB, which garnered media attention. faced with many criticisms.
Three more cases have surfaced
Two foreign players and a staff member were also found infected with the Corona virus in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). However, the PCB tried to make this clear by saying that it will not affect the current tournament.
In this regard, a PCB official said the board was doing everything on his behalf. He said: “We have prepared a strict bio-bubble for all teams and regular PCR screening of players is also underway. Fawad Ahmed tested positive in the investigation, but we don’t know how he came to terms with it.