COVID-19: The Pakistan Super League 2020 came into an absurd Conclusion on Tuesday. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chose to call the two semi-finals and the closing. The conclusion came following the spread of this coronavirus has gotten to a place where it had been necessary to call the tournament off. Following the outbreak of the pandemic, PCB first chose to cut the championship by altering the schedule. What was likely to become a four-team playoff-like arrangement was reduced to 2 semis and the closing. For the time being, the PSL 2020 was canceled, and there’s not any advice when will the knockout stage suits occur.
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‘See you again soon’: Ben Dunk

Foreign players and players that have been in Pakistan for the championship will now depart the country and fly back home. Australia wicket-keeper batsman Ben Dunk who had a remarkable PSL 2020 using the bat shot to Twitter to express a desire to return into the nation for PSL. The caption of this post,” There is more to life than cricket. A large thank you for Lahore Qalandars to get a remarkable PSL. Hopefully, see you again soon. South African commentator Kass Naidoo submitted a movie on Twitter thanking Pakistan for hosting the championship. Australian commentators Micheal Slater and presenter Erin Holland were also observed from the film. Naidoo captioned this article, “There are not enough words to convey our thanks to those of Pakistani for welcoming us with open arms as cricket returned to the gorgeous nation. We’ll be back .”COVID-19
Multan Sultans all-rounder Ravi Bopara developed another notion to determine the winners of PSL 2020. His tweet, “Since the elderly are prone to this Coronavirus, it is only fair the earliest average age group at the PSL 5 to select the trophy.”
He appreciated the help of the lovers of Karachi and thanked his group. “A tremendous thanks to its Karachi Kings lovers for the love and service. The best lovers in the PSL. Thanks to my Team. What a fantastic group of cricketers and much more notably guys. Until the next year, the Blue Book is closed,” the former Australian participant tweeted.COVID-19 Follow us  Facebook


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