Breaking: PSL 2021 Postponed Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has postponed the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak in the bio-secure bubble.

As per media reports, the decision has been made after three more players from two different franchises tested positive for the virus, taking the tournament tally to seven.


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Earlier, there were reports that the foreign players of all franchises have been allowed to leave the league, after which, Dan Christian of Karachi Kings confirmed his withdrawal from the PSL. He is set to leave for Australia via Dubai this afternoon.


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The board is being criticized for the lapses in management of the bio-secure bubble, and failing to implement the COVID-19 protocols.

The media is awaiting an official statement from the cricket board in this regard.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.


  • اللہ کا لاکھ لاکھ شکر ہے
    اس لغو اور فضول کھیل سے جان چھوٹی
    اللہ سے دُعا ہے سب کھلاڑیوں کو کرونا سے فیض مند فرما
    تاکہ مکمل طور پر جان چھوٹے اس عزاب سے۔

  • its really sad to see again postponed of PSL matches we should take some measure to be safe from COVID_19 i see now people not bother to wear masks and gloves and here is result we are in 3rd wave of this pandemic


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