Nishant Sindhu COVID 19 positive Yash Dhull and Rasheed available for ICC U19 World Cup Super League quarterfinal – Latest Cricket News


In the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2022 being played in the West Indies, India’s troubles are not taking its name. Ahead of the Super League quarter-final to be held on Saturday, 29 January, another player of India’s team has been found to be corona infected. These players are none other than Nishant Sindhu, who captained the team in the absence of regular skipper Yash Dhull. However, the good news from India’s camp is that Yash Dhull is back in the team.

Young Indian cricketer Nishant Sindhu has tested positive in the Kovid-19 test before the match against Bangladesh in the Under-19 World Cup. However, all other players who were earlier COVID-19 positive have now recovered and are available for the quarter-final match against Bangladesh. A source with knowledge of the matter told ANI, “Nishant Sindhu has tested positive for COVID-19 but all the members who were earlier corona infected have now recovered and all are available for the quarter-finals against Bangladesh.” Huh.”

Last week, on the day of the match against Ireland, the BCCI informed that four players from India have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, including captain Yash Dhul and vice-captain SK Rashid. The board had informed that symptoms were seen in two more players. In this way his RT-PCR test was done and later a total of 5 people were found to be corona infected. However, under the captaincy of Nishant Sindhu, India first defeated Ireland and then Uganda to gracefully make it to the quarter-finals, where the team will face defending world champion Bangladesh.


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