'Can't explain how I feel right now', Naseem Shah expresses regret over expulsion from PSL 2021

11:21 AM | 25 May, 2021
'Can't explain how I feel right now', Naseem Shah expresses regret over expulsion from PSL 2021
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LAHORE – Pakistani pacer and Quetta Gladiators' player Naseem Shah Monday expressed regret over expulsion from Pakistan Super League (PSL), the country’s biggest Twenty20 tournament.

The young pacer was expelled after breaching strict Covid-19 protocols imposed by the board to stem the novel disease. The expulsion of the 18-year-old occurred after submitting an outdated negative test for Covid-19.

Expressing his grief over the expulsion, the cheerless cricketer took to his Twitter handle where he penned a heartfelt note.

‘I cannot express how I feel right now as I want to play cricket as it is my life. I abide by all the instructions conveyed to us through the group but I do not know how I missed this message, he wrote in a tweet.

Shah also remembered his late mother, who passed away in 2019, when the 18-year-old was on a tour in Australia. He concluded the post by adding ‘Allah will make me strong and I will make a comeback’.

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