It seems that for young Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf journey to be part of Pakistan team in England is getting tougher as his third COVID-19 test has come positive. It has greatly affected his chances of joining rest of the Pakistan squad in England.
As per report in Daily Express in Pakistan, the 26-year-old pacer will have to spend some more time in quarantine.
“I had gone into isolation as soon as my test came out positive,” Rauf told the Urdu daily. “Of course, I was sad at the time but CEO Wasim Khan’s call raised my spirits, ” Report quoted Haris Raif as saying.
“I am a lot better now. I do not have any symptoms. I am in constant contact with Dr Sohail Saleem and Dr Riaz. I hope to soon get cleared and join the team in England, ” He said.
Meanwhile, young batting sensation of Pakistan Haider Ali and pacer Imran Khan’s latest test results have came out negative, following which both of them have been asked to report in Lahore. They will have to clear another round of testing before they are sent to England.
The fourth player out of remaining who tested negative second round tests, Kashif Bhatti is yet to receive his latest test report.
These four players were part of the group of 10 that had tested positive for the virus last month and missed the Manchester-bound flight. Six of them had later tested negative and left in a separate plane.