Previous India cricketer, Yusuf Pathan, has been tried positive for Coronavirus. The cases in India are rising dramatically in a potential second flood of the infection with near 60,000 individuals testing positive for COVID-19 just on March 26 alone. Maharashtra is at the middle phase, all things considered, while testing has been sloped up in different conditions of the country.
Taking everything into account, the all-rounder had resigned from all types of the game a month ago. Nonetheless, he before long included in the debut version of the Road Safety World Series (RSWS) for India Legends drove by as a matter of fact Sachin Tendulkar. Top resigned players from Sri Lanka, West Indies, Bangladesh, England and South Africa highlighted in the competition sending the fans on a sentimentality trip.
Yusuf Pathan himself affirmed the information on being tried positive for Coronavirus and furthermore expressed he had gentle manifestations. He is in disengagement at his home now and has encouraged the ones to get tried soon who interacted with him.
“I’ve tried positive for COVID-19 today with gentle indications. Post the affirmation, I have isolated myself at home and taking every one of the essential safeguards and prescription required. I would demand the individuals who interacted with me to get themselves tried at the most punctual,” his tweet read.
I’ve tried positive for COVID-19 today with gentle indications. Post the affirmation, I have isolated myself at home and taking every one of the essential safety measures and drug required.
I would demand the individuals who interacted with me to get themselves tried at the soonest.
— Yusuf Pathan (@iamyusufpathan) March 27, 2021
Prior in the day, Sachin Tendulkar additionally tried positive for the infection and remarkably, both the players shared the changing area in the relatively recent past in the RSWS 2021.
Yusuf Pathan assumed essential part for India in RSWS
Including for India Legends, Yusuf Pathan, alongside any semblance of Sachin, Yuvraj and others, gone back in time with their astounding abilities on the field. Yusuf shone with his inside and out abilities during India’s effective mission where they crushed Sri Lanka Legends in the last.
The 38-year-old smacked 139 runs in four innings at a faultless normal of 69.50 and a splendid strike-pace of more than 170 enchanting the group in Raipur. He finished as the joint second-most noteworthy wicket-taker of the competition with nine wickets to his name and his normal of 12.33 was the best just behind Monty Panesar (12.25).