Lahore: Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday decided to end the HBL PSL season five immediately after symptoms of the global epidemic found in one of a player par of the tournament, this said by Chief Executive of the board.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PCB Waseem Khan holding a presser at the PCB headquarter in Lahore briefed the media that the board decided to postponed the HBL PSL matches after the symptoms of the global epidemic found in a player while he didn’t inform the name of the player.
The CEO PCB said that the board cancelled the PSL in wake of the spread of the coronavirus and the decision was taken in the best interest of players and masses.
Waseem Khan said that the board was running the HBL PSL season five in consultation with the local government he said that protection of the players is also the responsibility of the PCB.
He said that “We are working under the advisory of the government while earlier the board also allowed players to leave the PSL in wake of the coronavirus.
The CEO said that the PSL was postponed after taking all the stake holders on board adding that the matches of the tournament will be rescheduled later.