The remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Pakistan fast bowler Nasim Shah has been excluded from the tournament because he broke the Kovid-19 protocol. Naseem Shah plays for Quetta Gladiators led by Sarfaraz Ahmed, but will not be able to play the rest of the PSL 2021. Before leaving Abu Dhabi, Nasim Shah arrived at the hotel he was supposed to visit, with a report of a non-computed RT-PCR test.
According to the protocol, those traveling to Abu Dhabi on chartered flights to Karachi and Lahore must arrive in Karachi and Lahore hotels on 24 May with a negative RT-PCR test report 24 hours before arriving at their hotel. Don’t get too old. The test report shown by Naseem on May 18. He was then sent to a separate floor. It was then decided to drop out of the tournament. “The PCB is not happy to remove this young bowler from the tourney,” said PSL 2021 boss Babur Hamid. But if such a protocol violation is ignored, the entire tournament could be at risk.
“This decision has sent a strong message to the rest of the players that the PCB is not loose on the Kovid-19 protocol,” he said. Naseem Shah played two games when the PSL debuted in February. In those two matches, he was unable to take a single run and a single wicket at an economy rate of 11. The remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League will be held from June 1. The final match of the PSL 2021 will be held on June 20.