Coronavirus: PSL matches in trouble

Karachi, 12th March: According to the reports of Baaghi TV, PSL matches in the Karachi National Stadium face a new route in the history of cricket as the coming matches will be played without the presence of any spectators.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, today made an important decision regarding other scheduled matches of the Pakistan Super League in Karachi and said that we will continue with the PSL matches in Karachi but will not take any more risk and avoid the public gathering. Fans will be present in the stadium for tomorrow’s match only but the other matches will not have any fans to watch.

This decision was taken keeping in view the current outbreak of coronavirus in Sindh.

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On the other hand, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah instructed the Karachi Commissioner to implement the decision by talking to the Pakistan Cricket Board.

It is clear that the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League is undergoing thrilling events and as the league is approaching its end, the interest of the fans is also increasing in the league, which is why the last of Lahore, Multan and Islamabad matches were seen filled with fans.

Sindh Chief Minister’s decision will not only frustrate the cricket fans but will also disappoint the national and international cricketers who will have to continue their game without any audience.

It seems that the end of the Pakistan Super League in its home country can be extremely disappointing.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for further updates.

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