PSL 2021: Pakistan players believe 'evil-eye' is the reason for PSL 6 postponement

Pakistan Super League has been postponed after seven COVID cases among the participants.

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Pakistan players Hassan Ali and Shadab Khan made senseless comments after Pakistan Super League's (PSL) sixth edition was postponed on Thursday (March 4) due to the increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases. 

The decision came in a meeting between the organizing committee and the team owners and management. The meeting was called after three positive cases were reported, including Quetta Gladiators batsman Tom Baton and Karachi Kings fielding coach Kamran Khan. There are total seven COVID-19 cases among the participants.

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The two cricketers indirectly tweeted that India had an evil eye on Pakistan's T20 league which resulted in the COVID-19 outbreak and ignored how careless the participants were regarding the bio-bubble. 

"Ya Allah humary psl ko kis ke nazar laga de ????????????," wrote Shadab, while his Islamabad United teammate Hassan posted: "Nazar lag gi kisi ki humri PSL ko ????".

A similar comment was made on Pakistan's news channel when a journalist said Indians were irked by Dale Steyn's comment who called PSL more rewarding than IPL. He also added that it was Indian fans' jealousy that brought bad luck to the league which made no sense.



By Sihyeu Singh - 04 Mar, 2021

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