Pakistan Cricket Team’s left-arm spinner Kashif Bhatti has been diagnosed with COVID-19 coronavirus in England.
According to sources, the 33-year old left arm spinner Kashif Bhatti, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus in England.
Bhatti, who had arrived in England on July 8 after testing negative for the novel virus multiple times, whereas he had previously tested positive for coronavirus in the first round of testing conducted in Pakistan.
Sources say that Kashif Bhatti who is included in the Pakistani squad for three T20I, has been quarantined, meanwhile Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approached England Cricket Board (ECB) for further details and updates regarding the matter.
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It is pertinent to know that Pakistan Cricket Team is currently present in England for three match test and T20I series each, starting from August 5 till September 1. The players are currently training in Derbyshire County Ground, England.