PSL suspended indefinitely
Coronavirus has attacked Pakistan Super League (PSL). So far, six players and one staff member have been affected by the corona. Due to which the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to postpone all the remaining matches of the tournament indefinitely. PSL suspended indefinitely
On March 1, Fawad Ahmed was attacked by Kovid from within the first bio-bubble. The next day, Kamran Khan, a support staff member for the Karachi Kings, and Tom Banton of the Quetta Gladiators reportedly tested positive.
Due to which the board called an emergency meeting on Thursday and decided to suspend the Pakistan Super League. After a meeting with the team owners, they made the decision considering the health and safety of each participant.
14 out of 34 matches have been played in this tournament. Last year’s champion Karachi is at the top with 6 points with 3 wins in 5 matches. Peshawar, Islamabad and Lahore Calendars are in the top four in the run rate with equal points. – Sportszone24