Was the threaten to boycott PSL by Peshawar Zalmi during the recent Controversy?

Pakistan's Crickets Board (PCB) chief executive dismissed reports that the PSL franchise, Peshawar Zalmi, was threatening with the league boycott before the Lahore Qalandars first game of the tournament. Currently, Peshawar has finished fourth, one, and losing one in his first two matches in a PSL points table.

Peshawar's captain, Wahab Riaz, and head coach Darren Sammy were put to quarantine on the eve of the tournament's opening ceremony because of a breach of COVID-19 PCBs.


The Peshawar decision was overturned and the decision was appealed to the Technical Committee of the case. Both were permitted to miss and reintegrate with their squads after the quarantine.

The incident was revealed by Wasim Khan, and Wahab and Sammy met the franchise owner, Javed Afridi. Afridi was not included in the bio-safe bubble, therefore it was disregarding the protocols to bio-safe blooming.

Since Afridi had already been screened for negative COVID-19 and Wahab and Sammy had been able to return to the team.


Peshawar vowed to boycott Sammy and Wahab if she did not return, according to numerous press accounts. Rumor mill indicates before the PCB has overturned its judgment, that Zalmi has not vacated the hotel.

In their next game scheduled to take place on 26 Feb, Peshawar Zalmi will face Quetta Gladiators.

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