PCB makes an offer to the International players participating in the PSL Matches
Lahore: PCB makes an offer to the International players participating in the PSL Matches.The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has offered international players to withdraw from the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) at their own will.
According to PCB, the board has left it on players if they wish to quit the ongoing league due to rising Coronavirus fears.
“All players have the right to leave the league,” PCB stated adding that players from England had put forward a withdrawal request.
Reportedly, seats of few international players have already been booked in two flights.
As per cricket board, PSL matches will continue as per schedule.
Pakistan’s Coronavirus toll reaches 21
Another person has been tested positive today for the deadly Coronavirus in Sindh on Friday, pushing the total number of the COVID-19 cases 21 in Pakistan.
According to Sindh Health Department, a 52 year old patient arrived from Islamabad two days ago and was tested positive today.
“#Sindh Health Department has a new cases of #CoronaVirusPakistan The 52 year old patient arrived from Islamabad 2 days ago & was tested positive today. This brings the total number of cases to 15 in Sindh out of which 13 are in stable condition & 2 have been discharged,” Provincial Health Department wrote.
The number of confirmed Coronavirus patients has reached 15 in Sindh and 21 across Pakistan.