Corona virus also reduced the weight of Fawad Ahmed
KARACHI: Corona virus has also reduced the weight of Fawad Ahmed while he is ready to return to PSL. Australian spinner Fawad Ahmed was the first cricketer in the Pakistan Super League to fall victim to the corona virus, after which the event had to be postponed due to an outbreak among other players. Fawad was confined to bed in his hotel room for 17 days. Even in the first match of PSL, he was not 100% fit. He had heat but was declared fit for the match. When re-inspected after the game, the temperature had risen, which caused them to be isolated immediately. He has returned to his new home in Australia, where he is on a 14-day quarantine in Adelaide. In an interview with an Australian website, Fawad Ahmed said that after being infected with the virus
In an interview to an Australian website, Fawad Ahmed said that after being infected with the virus, his condition worsened, he had a high fever for 4 days, lying in bed thinking only of his late mother. Weight loss of 3 kg. He joked that he had such a severe headache that he felt like he was running a virus in his brain. Fawad Ahmed’s mother Rahat died in Pakistan in October due to the corona virus. He also visited his grave before returning to Australia, now he is ready to return when the PSL is rescheduled. Fawad said the PSL and the PCB should have done better with regard to the corona virus, they were soft enough because they thought something was wrong.