PCB decides to not take motion towards Mohammad Hafeez
All the episode has been a reason behind embarrassment for the board
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has determined to not take any disciplinary motion towards veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, after the latter opted to undertake a novel coronavirus (Covid-19) check at a personal lab in Lahore.
Hafeez, who had examined optimistic for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) throughout part one of many medical checks performed for the tour of England, had examined detrimental after choosing a second opinion, privately, on Wednesday.
The 39-year-old, in a tweet, shared a snapshot of the check outcomes whereas confirming that he and his household had examined detrimental upon approaching an exterior supply.
The all-rounder’s tweet raised query marks over the testing course of being adopted in Pakistan. The PCB was not pleased with the truth that Hafeez launched the results of his second Covid-19 check, with out informing the board officers first.
After a lot confusion, the board performed a retest on Hafeez and different gamers, who had examined optimistic within the first spherical of testing. Based on the outcomes of the retests, Hafeez examined detrimental for Covid-19.
The PCB was initially considering taking motion towards Hafeez. Nonetheless, for the reason that all-rounder shouldn’t be centrally contracted with the board, they determined towards it. The board additionally desires to keep away from any additional controversy concerning this matter.
The board was frightened that in the event that they resolve to drop Hafeez from the squad, it may result in additional controversy. The all-rounder will now journey to England after he clears his second Covid-19 check at a later date.
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All the episode has been a reason behind embarrassment for PCB and the federal authorities can be not pleased with it.