PSL 5 Foreign Players Return Home On Coronavirus Threat


Foreign players participating in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) leave for their homeland due to the threat of the Coronavirus.

Pakistan Cricket Board says PSL teams can take local players instead of international players. Peshawar’s team is likely to include Hammad Azam and according to new PSL playing conditions, teams can add local players.

The Pakistan Cricket Board had offered to return all foreign players included in the Pakistan Super League Five because of the Coronavirus.

PCB and PSL management say foreign players who want to go back to their country can go. PCB says the law will allow all teams to select alternative players, which will be approved by the event technical committee.

Peshawar Zalmi Players Carlos Braithwaite, Liam Livingstone, Liam Dawson, Tom Banton, and Lewis Gregory have returned home.
Colin Munro, Dale Steyn, David Malan, and Luke Ronchi among Islamabad United players who have left PSL.

Alex Hales of Karachi Kings have bid farewell to PSL V. Rilee Rossouw and James Vince of Multan Sultans have ended their PSL Journey. Jason Roy and Tymal Mills of Quetta Gladiators have returned home.

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