Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has said that all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez should have confronted the PCB instead of posting his coronavirus test finish outcome on social media.
“PCB showed a bit of mismanagement, we just started doing random testing of players, now players have tested positive for coronavirus, the worst-hit area due to coronavirus is maybe Lahore, then it is Karachi. I am sure that if you keep on testing, you will get more and more positive results,” Akhtar said on his YouTube channel.
Hafeez had tested sure for COVID-19 when the Pakistan cricket board carried out the main round of tests of all the 29 England sure players along 12 give a boost to group of workers.
But the very next day, the former Pakistani captain posted a tweet with a report from a private clinical facility where the result showed that he has tested opposed.
“After testing positive COVID-19 acc to PCB testing Report yesterday, as 2nd opinion and for satisfaction I personally went to Test it again along with my family, and here I along with my all family members are reported Negative,” Hafeez had tweeted.
According to a provide inside the board, the Shaukat Khanum Memorial well being facility, which tested the players and officials did a retest of the earlier trend that that they had taken from Hafeez and it all over again were given right here sure for COVID-19. It left the board fuming.
“Now, the tests are done, my advice to Hafeez was to go for the retest, but he should not have posted the result of his second Test on Twitter, he should have confronted the PCB, you should not get on bad terms with the board. The tour of England is important for Pakistan, we need to send our solid team there if we want to win the Test series,” Akhtar added.
Pakistan national cricket crew left for England on Sunday with 20 players and 11 give a boost to group of workers. They are scheduled to play 3 Tests and three T20Is in a bio-secure surroundings and the dates for the tour it will likely be presented at some point.
Upon arrival in Manchester, the squad it will likely be transported to Worcestershire where they are going to undergo trying out. The visitors will then be isolated for 14 days, in every single place which they are going to be allowed to train.
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