Lahore: After seven players tested positive for Covid-19, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) decided to postponed the much loved cricket tournament Pakistan Super League (PSL), leaving fans heartbroken and disappointed.
PCB on Thursday announced the postponement of PSL amidst surge in coronavirus cases.
In a press statement, PCB stated that following a meeting with the team owners and considering the health and wellbeing of all participants is paramount, the board has decided to postpone the Pakistan Super League sixth edition with immediate effect.
The decision was made after seven cases were reported in the competition, which had started on 20 February, the statement added.
The announcement left cricket lovers in shock with many expressing their sentiments on twitter:
*PSL 6 is postponed* 😭💔— J I A 🕊 // IU❤ (@juwayriyyaah) March 4, 2021
Until we meet again PSL 6 🥺💔 pic.twitter.com/gUAoJ92xpJ— m (@maiddaaaa_) March 4, 2021
PSL 6 POSTPONED AND THESE FOUR PICTURES SUMMED UP MY MOOD. pic.twitter.com/vpQVKmGKR8— Humna. (@Humnayyy) March 4, 2021
PSL is postponed due to rapid increase of COVID-19 cases among players and staff members.— PhupoO kA betA (@PhupoO_kA_betA) March 4, 2021
psl postponed, it's a sad sad morning 💔 pic.twitter.com/F5LQQTo5xZ— chulbuli (@wakeupbubbles) March 4, 2021
When it is 7 PM and there is no PSL match on TV pic.twitter.com/sGIQxL4gZn— Ahsan. 🇵🇰 (@imPakistaniLAD) March 4, 2021