Naseem Shah has tried positive for Coronavirus and will miss the excess two Twenty20s against Britain
Pakistan quick bowler Naseem Shah has tried positive for Coronavirus and will miss the excess two Twenty20s against Britain, the Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday.
Shah was released from emergency clinic on Thursday subsequent to being determined to have pneumonia and the PCB said the quick bowler was feeling “vastly improved.”
“Shah is back in the group inn where he will follow all Coronavirus conventions,” the PCB said in an explanation.
Pakistan is because of leave for New Zealand next Monday to partake in a three-sided Twenty20 series likewise highlighting Bangladesh.
The PCB didn’t explain whether the quick bowler will go with the group to New Zealand.
Shah played just a single game in the seven-match series against Britain at Karachi prior to being refreshed. He returned costly figures of 0-41 off his four overs in the main match, which Britain won by six wickets.
He was owned up to emergency clinic late Tuesday night in Lahore with a chest disease and fever.
Pakistan lead the series 3-2 with consecutive limited succeeds at Karachi and Lahore in the last two games as Britain couldn’t pursue down less than impressive aggregates.
The excess two matches will be played on Friday and Sunday at Lahore.