naseem shah dismissal from PSL 2021LAHORE, Pakistan –Naseem Shah, a Pakistani pacer who plays for the Quetta Gladiators, expressed regret on Monday for being kicked out of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), the country’s biggest Twenty20 tournament.
After breaking the board’s strict Covid-19 guidelines to treat the novel disease, the young pacer was expelled.
The 18-year-old was expelled after sending an out-of-date negative Covid-19 test.
The downcast cricketer took to Twitter to express his sorrow over his expulsion, writing a heartfelt message.
امیں نے بہت محنت کی اور پPSL کے لئے پرجوش تھا- میں گروپ کے تمام میسجز دیکھ کر ہدایات پوری کرتا ہوں۔ پتہ نہیں کہ اس میسج کو کیسے مس کر گیا۔ میں کرکٹ کھیلنا چاہتا ہوں کرکٹ میری زندگی ہے اور میں بیان نہیں کر سکتا کہ کیسا محسوس کر رہا ہوں۔ اللہ مجھے مضبوط بنائے گا اور میں واپس آؤں گا pic.twitter.com/SfqGBsvmUf
— Naseem Shah (@iNaseemShah) May 24, 2021
‘I don’t know how to express how I feel right now because cricket is my life.’
In a tweet, he said, “I abide by all the instructions transmitted to us through the party, but I have no idea how I missed this post.”
Shah also paid tribute to his late mother, who died while the 18-year-old was on tour in Australia in 2019.
He ended his post by saying, “Allah will strengthen me and I will make a comeback.”
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) beefed up COVID-19 protocols for all players and officials for the remaining Pakistan Super League season six matches on Monday.