Northern Second XI spinner was reprimanded for breaching coronavirus protocols
Sports – Posted: Dec 2, 2020 | Last Updated: 3 mins ago
Posted: Dec 2, 2020 | Last Updated: 3 mins ago
Former Pakistan spinner Raza Hasan has reportedly issued an apology following his expulsion from 2020-21 domestic season over breaching the safety protocols set against coronavirus pandemic.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that the Northern Second
XI bowler was reprimanded for leaving the bio-secure bubble in Karachi without
the approval of the medical staff.
According to a report by Cricket Pakistan, the Lahore Qalandars’ spinner has asked the PCB to give him a second chance.
“I promise, I will adopt a better behavior, on and off the
field, and not give another chance to complain,” Hasan was quoted saying by the
website. “In the past, my dope test came back positive as well. I am ashamed of
my mistakes. I apologize to everyone, including the coaches, players and the
The spinner accepted the responsibility of breaching the
bio-secure bubble and has reportedly asked the PCB Director High Performance
Nadeem Khan to allow him to be reintegrated with the team for the ongoing
Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, which he sees as a platform for making his comeback in the
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