Lahore: Raza Hasan has apologized to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for violating COVID-19 SoPs in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in Karachi.
Raza, who was sent back home after the cricket board found him violating COVID-19 SoPs, has realized his mistake and assured PCB not to repeat it again.
“I have realized that it was wrong to violate SoPs as it could hurt other players too. I apologize to the PCB and request them to once again allow me to play Quaid-e-Azam Trophy,” he told media.
28-years-old cricketer, who was representing Northern’s Second XI team, was confident about his performance and said he eyes national team’s comeback through performing in domestic cricket.
“I was in good form and unfortunately I made a mistake and lost a chance to prove my mettle. I request Nadeem Khan to allow me to play this tournament so that I can make my place once again in the national team by performing here,” he concluded.
It must be noted here that Raza had played an ODI and 10 T20Is for Pakistan before getting banned for two years following positive test for a prohibited substance.