Naseem Shah Tests Positive For COVID-19

Naseem Abbas Shah imagined 15 February 2003) is a Pakistani cricketer. In October 2019, at 16 years of age, he was called up to the Pakistan cricket team for their Test series against Australia.

He made his overall show for Pakistan in November 2019 against Australia, transforming into the tenth most young player to make their presentation in Test cricket.

In December 2019, in the ensuing Test match against Sri Lanka, he transformed into the second-most energetic bowler to take a five-wicket pull in a Test match, and moreover the most young speed bowler to do in that capacity. In February 2020, in the chief Test against Bangladesh, he transformed into the most energetic bowler to take a full circumvent in a Test match.

Pakistani speed master Naseem Shah has contracted Coronavirus, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said Thursday, hours after the board asserted that he not entirely set in stone to have pneumonia.

The pacer, according to the cricket board, has been administered out of the T20I series against England — underway in Lahore — resulting to testing positive for the contamination.

After he encountered a high fever everyday earlier, Naseem was taken to a clinical center. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) later revealed that he was encountering pneumonia.

Pakistan is playing a seven-match series against England, with the movement moving to Lahore’s prominent Gaddafi Field from Karachi. The Green Shirts right presently lead the series 3-2.