Previous Pakistan chief Inzamamul Haq has scrutinized the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and its clinical staff for not caring for its players, after ten players tried positive for novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in front of England visit.
While talking on his authority YouTube channel, the Pakistan batting incredible guaranteed that the PCB’s clinical staff isn’t focusing on players, who tried positive, in spite of this troublesome time.
“The players who have tried positive would have imagined that PCB isn’t supporting them at this troublesome time,” said Inzamamul Haq. “My sources have revealed to me that the PCB’s clinical staff didn’t go to calls of these players during the recent days, which is a downright terrible disposition.”
“I would demand the PCB to appropriately take care of these players supposing that you don’t then episodes, as Hafeez getting himself tried secretly, will occur,” he included.
He likewise encouraged the PCB to keep the players at the National Cricket Academy, in Lahore, as opposed to asking them to self-disconnect at their homes.
“PCB ought to have kept these players [who tried positive] at the NCA, in light of the fact that there is sufficient space there, as opposed to instructing them to self-segregate at their homes. They are our players and we have to take care of them with the goal that they can completely recoup,” Inzamamul Haq said.
Following the declaration on Monday that three players had tried constructive for Covid-19, the PCB on Tuesday affirmed that a further seven players and a player bolster work force from a sum of 35 have tried positive for Covid-19.
Players who have tried positive:
Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan, Wahab Riaz, Haider Ali, Shadab Khan and Haris Rauf.
Pakistan will leave for England on June 28 from Lahore to Manchester through a contracted flight.
As per the provisional calendar, the primary Test will be played on August 5 in Manchester. Pakistan will play the staying two games in Southampton, beginning on August 13 and 21 individually.
Pakistan will likewise play three Twenty20 internationals in Southampton on August 29, 31 and September 2.