Corona's awe: Pakistan canceled training camp due to lack of room, but fast bowler partying with friends
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Tuesday that it would not conduct training camps for the national men's team ahead of the tour of England due to concerns over a coronovirus infection. Keeping in mind the apprehension of Kovid-19 in Pakistan in the coming weeks, it will be a challenge to keep the operational and logistical as well as the players in an environmentally safe environment, according to a statement issued by the PCB.
For this reason, the Pakistan Cricket Board has decided not to organize a training camp for the national men's team before leaving for England. However, the PCB is lamenting the safe environment as it is unable to produce bio-bubble due to lack of rooms in the residential complex of the National Cricket Academy.
However, fearing the spread of coronavirus infection, where the PCB canceled the training camp, the picture of one of his fast bowlers partying with friends is becoming viral on social media. The right-arm fast bowler is named Mohammad Hasnain. The 20-year-old bowler has played 5 ODIs and 6 T20 matches for Pakistan so far. He has taken 5-5 wickets in both formats.
Some pictures of Hasnain are viral on social media. In those pictures, he is seen enjoying a BBQ party with friends. Hasnain is seen making kebabs on the oven with friends. Hasnain and his friends have not even put on masks. Pakistani cricket lovers have questioned this picture of him.
What is BBQ Party: BBQ party is a way of cooking yourself. BBQ technology includes smoking, roasting, and grilling. BBQ means cooking outside the house in the open fire. The BBQ uses a grill or chimney. Too much food is cooked. Coal is commonly used to cook (meat, fish, etc.) on the grill.
Due to the cancellation of training camp, the Pakistani team now wants to reach England 40 days before the Test series to be held in August. More than one lakh corona positive cases have been found in Pakistan. More than two thousand people have died there. According to ESPN Cricinfo, the PCB wanted to set up practice camps at the National Cricket Academy and Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, where 25 players could practice separately, but there is no accommodation for so many people.