Sohail Tanvir exams optimistic for Covid-19 forward of LPL
Left-arm pacer has been remoted at a separate lodge
Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Sohail Tanvir has examined optimistic for Covid-19 forward of Lanka Premier League (LPL).
Tanvir was examined for Covid-19 upon his arrival in Sri Lanka, the place he was speculated to symbolize Kandy Tuskers within the upcoming T20 occasion.
“My Covid-19 exams in Pakistan on November 17 and 18 have been detrimental however surprisingly the one carried out in Colombo, upon my arrival, was optimistic,” mentioned Tanvir whereas speaking to Categorical Information. “I am self-isolating in the intervening time and hopefully my subsequent check will likely be detrimental.”
Earlier immediately, Canadian batsman Ravinderpal Singh additionally examined optimistic for the virus and has been remoted together with Tanvir at a separate lodge.
Tuskers had signed Tanvir as alternative for Wahab Riaz , who needed to withdraw from the match after being named within the 35-member Pakistan squad for New Zealand tour. Tanvir’s participation within the match will depend on his restoration, however the pacer is anticipated to at the least miss the primary two weeks of the occasion.
The Pakistan left-arm pacer was an integral member of Multan Sultans’ facet within the just lately concluded Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) season 5 playoffs.