A total of 20 members, including the team's star hitter, Glenn Maxwell, have been found to be positive for Corona during BBL.
The third wave of coronavirus is rapidly spreading around the world. Meanwhile, Corona has exploded in Cricket Australia.
There is news of 13 players who have been positive in this. In this way, cricket is once again in danger due to the continuous arrival of positive cases of cricketers from Kovid.
Glenn Maxwell becomes Covid Positive
The Australian cricket team's all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has become Corona positive. Maxwell has fallen under Corona's control during the Big Bash League.
A total of 13 players, including Maxwell, tested positive and 7 support staff members also tested positive.
Melbourne Stars made a tweet. In which it was confirmed that Maxwell was infected with the coronavirus.
Maxwell's rapid antigen test was performed and the report was positive. However, your RT-PCR report is awaiting.
Melbourne Stars will report on the outcome of which.
20 Big Bash League Players Tested Positive
Apart from Glenn Maxwell, Melbourne Stars had to run out of key players in their last matches.
However, there is news of relief for the Stars that around 10 players, including Adam Zampa, Marcus Stoinis and Nathan Coulter-Nile, are about to end the 7-day isolation period.
And they may be available for the next game.
Glenn Maxwell is the captain of the Melbourne Stars team in the Big Bash League. Before Maxwell, 12 players and 8 Melbourne Stars employees were also infected with the coronavirus.
Glenn Maxwell and his Big Bash league stats
In the Big Bash league, Glenn Maxwell totaled to play 95 games and make 2,393 runs, of which his highest score is 103 runs.
Other than this in bowling, he took 35 wickets where his best performance is 2-15. In these difficult times of epidemic, we wish all players good health.