Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Raza Hasan, who turned in a match-winning spell towards Australia within the 2012 T20 World Cup, was on Monday expelled from the rest of the nation’s home season for breaching COVID-19 protocols.
He was taking part in for Northern’s Second XI within the Quaid-e-Azam trophy.
The Pakistan Cricket Board confirmed that the 28-year-old has been despatched again house after he “left the bio-secure premises at an area lodge without searching for a previous clearance from the medical staff” and the Excessive Efficiency division.
Nadeem Khan, the PCB’s Excessive Efficiency Director, known as his actions “irresponsible and damaging”.
“It’s unhappy and unlucky that regardless of a number of reminders and academic programmes on the importance and significance of respecting and following Covid-19 protocols, Raza Hasan determined to take issues in his hand and overstepped the road,” Khan stated in a press launch.
“As such, he has been expelled from the event and won’t be allowed for the remaining season.”
After making his debut as a 19-year previous in T20 cricket in 2012, Hasan was picked for the T20 World Cup, the place he returned with very spectacular figures of 4-0-14-2, towards Australia, eradicating each Shane Watson and Glenn Maxwell in a man-of-the-match effort.
“The PCB has a zero-tolerance strategy in the direction of Covid-19 breaches as these are designed to not solely guarantee well-being and security of all members however to additionally display to the world that we are able to efficiently organise and ship home competitions,” Khan stated.
The participant, nevertheless, performed simply 10 T20 internationals and an ODI earlier than testing constructive for a banned substance in 2015 and receiving a two-year ban.