Expelled Naseem Shah Returned to Play PSL 2021 Remaining Matches
Recently, the PCB and the franchisees sat in a meeting on Naseem Shah, where the expulsion order was lifted due to an agreement between the two parties. Naseem Shah has been asked to join the PSL 2021 on the condition of being negative in Corona 3 times in a row, as a result of which his uncertain journey to play in the PSL 2021 has widened again.
The Pakistan Super League was suspended in early March due to the Corona epidemic, and the country’s cricket board has been doing its best to avoid possible losses. As part of that, the rest of the PSL 6 is going to play on the field from June 5.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has given permission to host the PSL in the United Arab Emirates subject to certain conditions.
Pakistani cricketers entered the quarantine as per the condition, before entering the bio-safety zone, the condition was that the cricketers had to submit the coveted report within 48 hours, but Pakistani fast bowler Nasim Shah submitted the old report. As a result, the health department of PSL expelled him from the rest of the PSL for violating the protocol.
His PSL team Quetta Gladiators accepted the expulsion of Nasim Shah, at that time it was thought that Nasim was not playing in the tournament. However, the fact that there is no end in sight in unpredictable Pakistan has proved once again that young fast bowler Nasim Shah has been allowed to play in the PSL 2021.
Pakistani cricketers are currently in the United Arab Emirates to play the rest of the PSL, which has been postponed until June 5.