Former cricketer and commentator Shoaib Akhtar mentioned he was “really, really angry” after the Pakistan Tremendous League 2021 (PSL 2021) was postponed earlier within the day on account of gamers testing optimistic for coronavirus. Shoaib Akhtar has lashed out on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and its medical panel after the postponement of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) season six.
Taking to his social media account Shoaib talked about that “These people couldn’t maintain a bio-secure bubble for such a high profile tournament, sad. Those who never organised tape-ball cricket are organising PSL! Those who don’t even know how to write prescriptions, can you believe it? This has happened with me, with the PCB doctors,” he mentioned.
Visibly aggravated, the veteran Pakistani cricketer commented on how the picture of the game was dented throughout the globe. “So again I’m really, really angry that the PSL brand came to a stop and was ruined and its reputation damaged. “What message are we sending to the world?” he requested.
Shoaib Akhtar went on to demand a probe into the matter, saying it wanted “to be looked at at the highest level of the government”. “So I want a really, really highly qualified with honourable people on the investigation and not through the board,” he mentioned, referring to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).