KARACHI: A heated debate befell between the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise homeowners and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officers after the match was postponed on Thursday for an indefinite interval as a consequence of a COVID-19 outbreak reported within the ‘bio-secure’ bubble within the metropolis.
According to sources, through the assembly, questions have been raised over how the coronavirus entered the bio-secure bubble.
Two groups have been shifted to a lodge earlier than the beginning of the match, after which they have been transferred to a different lodge, sources mentioned.
The franchise homeowners, within the assembly, expressed anger on the PCB for holding different occasions on the lodge. At this, the PCB accepted its shortcomings.
According to sources, the 2 gamers who examined optimistic for the virus belonged to Islamabad United and Lahore Qalandars.