LAHORE: Pakistani quick bowler Dilbar Hussain, who just lately performed for Lahore Qalandars in PSL-5, is presently in quarantine in Australia after he contracted coronavirus, the franchise’s CEO Arif Rana has confirmed.
Rana stated that Dilbar Hussain had cleared his COVID-19 exams in Pakistan however the virus was nonetheless present in his system upon touchdown in Australia.
The quick bowler has been in a biosecure bubble in Perth since final week, Rana stated, and added: “We are in contact with him and trying to lift his spirits.”
Dilbar is to signify Melbourne Stars within the upcoming Big Bash League (BBL). He changed teammate Haris Rauf whose scintillating bowling helped the Stars rode until the ultimate within the final BBL.
Haris is presently on tour of New Zealand with Pakistan crew, and that had led to Melbourne signing up Dilbar.
Dilbar shouldn’t be the one Pakistani participant who had cleared his exams at residence, solely to be discovered contaminated overseas. Same had occurred with six Pakistani gamers presently with the nationwide crew in New Zealand.