Famous bowler of Pakistan cricket team Shoaib Akhtar has strongly criticized both the Cricket Board (PCB) and all-rounder, Mohammad Hafeez, for the Corona case. Akhtar has said that Hafeez should have informed the PCB about his personal level corona test instead of writing on social media. Hafeez came positive in the first test conducted by PCB, but he was negative in the subsequent private investigation. This information was given by Hafeez on Twitter because ten Pakistani players were found positive in the PCB investigation.
PCB said after that that Hafeez is among the six players whose second test has come negative. Akhtar said, "PCB did a little mismanagement, we suddenly started testing players, now players are coming positive. The area most affected by Corona is probably Lahore, followed by Karachi. We can say that if we continue to test continuously, we will get more and more positive cases."
He said, "Now that the tests have been done, my advice to Hafeez is to get the test done again, but he should not have shared the result of the test on Twitter. He should have told this thing directly to the PCB. You cannot spoil the relationship with the board. England tour is big for Pakistan. If we want to win the Test series there, then we should send our strong team there. Earlier, the PCB had said that Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan and Wahab Riaz have come negative in their second Test."
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