Former captain of the Pakistan cricket team Inzamam-ul-Haq has criticised Karachi Kings' performance in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) opener against Multan Sultans and the bio-secure bubble.
Talking in Geo News programme in "Jashn-e-Cricket", the 1992 World-cup winner said that the Babar Azam-led Karachi Kings should have put a big total on the scoreboard against Multan Sultans.
"In the opening match, Karachi Kings should have scored more. Babar Azam is a big player, and the team score should have been good," said Inzamam.
Inzamam, appointed as an honorary president of PSL franchise Peshawar Zalmi also criticized the bio-secure bubble in the PSL.
"What kind of bubble is this, in which 25% of the players have fallen prey to COVID-19," he added.
"Players should relax. Now, COVID-19 tests are being done like other diseases," he added.
Peshawar Zalmi's key players including, skipper Wahab Riaz, wicket-keeper batter Kamran Akmal, and Hazratullah Zazai, have tested positive for COVID-19.