Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has questioned the Pakistan Cricket Board’s decision to host the remaining 20 matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the UAE. 34 matches were to be played in the PSL, but after 14 games the decision to postpone the tournament was made. In fact, there were seven people in the tournament who found the Kovid-19 positive, causing the tournament to be postponed. However, the backlash to the PCB at the time was that the UAE government would ban travelers from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. The travel ban will take effect from Wednesday.
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Digging into the PCB, Miandad told ‘Cricket Pakistan dot com’, “At this time everyone is focusing on saving people’s lives rather than playing cricket. This is not a time to play cricket but to save lives. In this difficult time, we need to focus on how we can save people’s lives. Currently, the entire world is fighting this deadly corona virus epidemic. India is also heavily affected by this epidemic, which will take place a few months after the T20 World Cup. ‘
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‘The PCB is risking people’s lives for its own economic gain,’ he said. If it were in my hands, I wouldn’t have taken the big risk of organizing the remaining 20 PSL matches. If the board runs the tournament and has problems, who is responsible? ‘