Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan warned the players after breach of COVID-19 protocols in New Zealand.
The warning comes a day after New Zealand Cricket (NZC) reported about six Pakistan cricketers testing COVID-positive.
Considering the same, the New Zealand government clarified that the Pakistan squad could be deported with another breach of protocols.
Khan addressed the players through voice message
According to a report, the PCB CEO addressed his players through a WhatsApp voice message, stating the entire touring party could be sent back home from New Zealand after one more breach, which will be “hugely embarrassing”.
Wasim Khan ‘They will send us home’ Khan warns Pakistan players
Here is what Khan said in the voice note.”Boys, I spoke to the New Zealand government and they told us there were three or four breaches of protocols. They have a zero-tolerance policy and they’ve given us a final warning. They have told me in clear terms that if we commit one more breach, they’ll send us home,” he stated.
Squad Six Pakistan players had tested positive for COVID-19