Coronavirus pandemic: Many foreign players to leave PSL 2020

Coronavirus pandemic: Many foreign players to leave PSL 2020

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Several foreign players in Pakistan of the Pakistan Super League 5 are set to fly to their home countries due to fears over the coronavirus pandemic spread all over the world.

According to the PCB, Peshawar Zalmi’s Tom Banton, Liam Livingstone, Lewis Gregory, Liam Dawson and Carlos Brathwaite, Multan Sultans’ James Vince and Rilee Rossouw, Karachi Kings’ Alex Hales, and Jason Roy and Tymal Mills from Quetta Gladiators, are among the players who have confirmed leaving.

All foreign and local player of Lahore Qalandar team are traveling to Lahore to play their next game against Multan.

Earlier on Friday, the Pakistan Cricket Board had said that any international player who wants to extract from the continuing Pakistan Super League may do so on their own.

“All players have the right to leave the league,” said the PCB.

 

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