Bangladesh’s current T20I skipper, Mahmudullah is no more part of the Multan Sultans (MS) for the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2020). He was chosen as Moin Ali’s replacement but after he has revealed his COVID-19 positive symptoms, it will be hard for MS to look for the second replacement of England’s Moin.
He himself was surprised to see COVID-19 positive results as he did not have a fever. As he is isolated, it has dragged him into disappointment for missing PSL’s opportunity.
However, he will try his best to be fine before the Bangladesh Bangabandhu T20 cup.
Bangladesh’s Mahmudullah no more available to entertain Multan Sultans’ fans
“I was surprised with a positive result from my Covid-19 test, on November 6,” Mahmudullah said.
“I didn’t have a fever or any other symptoms other than a bit of cold. Nothing more than that. I got tested for a second time yesterday, and that also came out as positive. I am now taking rest in a separate room. I am a little worried about my wife and kids. I am seeking everyone’s prayers for quick recovery and for my family’s well-being.”
“It is disappointing to miss the chance to play in the PSL. It is a competitive tournament. It was a good opportunity to play a couple of matches there. I am now looking forward to getting well soon and try to participate in our Bangabandhu T20 Cup.”
Here is the revised squad of the Multan Sultans (MS):
Adam Lyth (England), Ali Shafiq, Bilawal Bhatti, Imran Tahir (South Africa), James Vince (England), Junaid Khan, Khushdil Shah, Mahmudullah replacement, Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Irfan, Ravi Bopara (England), Rilee Rossouw (South Africa), Rohail Nazir, Shaan Masood, Shahid Afridi, Sohail Tanvir, Usman Qadir, and Zeeshan Ashraf