PSL: Peshawar Zalmi players breaks bio-bubble protocol, suspends from final | PSL: Pak players breaking bio-bubble protocol even by going to UAE, now got big punishment

PSL: Peshawar Zalmi players breaks bio-bubble protocol, suspends from final | PSL: Pak players breaking bio-bubble protocol even by going to UAE, now got big punishment

New Delhi: The Pakistan Super League (PSL) was suspended this year in Pakistan due to rising cases of coronavirus. After which this tournament was organized in UAE. Now its final is to be played. But before this match a big news has come out.

two players broke protocol

Haider Ali and Umaid Asif of Peshawar Zalmi have been suspended from the PSL final against Multan Sultans for violating health and safety protocols. Let us tell you that the players had violated the bio-bubble when the PSL was suspended last time.

PCB gave big punishment

The PSL issued a statement saying that both these players accepted the allegations against them, after which they were suspended from the title match of the sixth edition of PSL. The statement said that Haider has also been kept out of the tour of England and West Indies. PSL said that Haider and Asif met people outside the bio bubble and did not even follow social distance during this time.

Both players reached Isolation

The PSL issued a statement saying, ‘The incident happened on Wednesday and the decision was taken on Thursday by the Tournament Kovid-19 Management Panel consisting of Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Operating Officer Salman Nasir and PSL-6 chief Babar Hamid.’ The statement said that both the cricketers did not interact with any other team members at any time after the incident and were kept in room isolation.


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