The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) began early in 2020. The tournament was going with the thrills wothout disruption until a multiple COVID positive tests were examined.
After a number of COVID affected owners, players, or the other franchise members were reported, the board had left with no option but to cancel the tournament temporarily.
It was highly speculted that Peshawar Zalmi’s owner, head coach, and the skipper are responsible for the cancelation. After the problems were determined before LQ vs PZ encounter, people believed that Javed Afridi, Wahab Riaz, and Darren Sammy are the factors for the disruption caused.
As of now, as reported by Times of India, not only single person, franchise, or owner hold the blame but there are multiple sources responsible causing numerous bio-bubble breaches.
PSL 6: PCB confirms numerous bio-bubble breaches during the tournament
One of the officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that ‘It’s learned that several bio-bubble breaches took place and a single player or team owner wasn’t responsible.’
The investigation committee of the PCB is still digging out the matter as Dr. Salma Mohammad Abbas and Dr. Syed Faisal Mehmood have reported the matter to PCB.
Notably, the remining matches of the PSL 6 are likely to be organized this summer. The window is clashing with the schedule of Asia Cup in June, hence, Pakistan’s participation in the ACC event will be in jeopardy.