Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Super League postponed

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Srinagar, March 17: The Pakistan Super League has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak, its official Facebook handle confirmed Tuesday noon.

With number of Coronavirus cases increasing across the world, the PSL authorities finally decided to pause the tournament. The event was on with no fans allowed to enter the stadiums.

This deadly virus has halted all the sports events around the globe with events either being canceled or postponed. The fifth edition of PSL was on in full-swing despite the coronavirus already having taken a toll.

However, the governing body, making sure the league doesn’t be a cause of growing cases of COVID-19, decided to stop the league for now. The reschedule dates are expected to be out soon.