Shadab Khan, Haris Rauf, and Haider Ali tested positive of Coronavirus a few days before England’s tour
It has not been confirmed yet whether the players will be eliminated from the squad. As the two medical tests are still pending, testing negative can be lucky for the trio. Consequently, the players are strictly prohibited to get out of isolation tell the scenario gets back to normal.
Opinion: The three much needed exceptional players ahead of England’s tour tested positive of Coronavirus. Is it a myth?
Shadab Khan, who kicked off his career as a leg-spinner, improved his cricket and is now known as the finest all-rounder after his PSL’s performances. The player has also smashed three consecutive test centuries at English pitches back in 2018. He can be the backbone of Pakistan’s fielding. Coming to Haider Ai, the youngest batting sensation, got featured in U19 cricket and played domestic finely. He was known for his performances before stepping towards international cricket. Stepping into PSL for Sammy’s Zalmi, the young batsman exploded the audience with his cricketing knocks.
Moreover, where Haris Rauf is considered, the bowler has got some aggressive tactics. England pitches, where fast bowlers are known to produce more, Haris was one of the most needed assets for the team in the shorter formats. He also has got a salient stat list in BBL’s last edition.
When it is the time for Pakistan Cricket to utilize most out of its players in much needed time, the players are coming forward as tested positively for Coronavirus. Such players, who can give more to the team at the thrashing times are being tested positive. Is it a myth or a game on purpose? Sometimes, the match-winning knocks are played by a specific player. There comes a point when the team becomes relying on one or two player for winning the big game. As politics have always been a part of the Pakistan Cricket and the game has suffered a lot in past. The news shine always sooner or later when the decisions are taken on purpose and when the fixing issues are analyzed. Do you think if there is a game hidden behind it?