Lahore Qalandars hard-hitting batsman Ben Dunk has opened up on his choice to remain in Pakistan in the midst of developing coronavirus fears everywhere throughout the world.

14 remote players and two instructing staff individuals from five establishments have so far chose to not take any further part in the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 and leave Pakistan. Be that as it may, the whole remote unexpected of Lahore Qalandars is still with the establishment.

While conversing with correspondents in Lahore, Dunk said that he is open to remaining in Pakistan dependent on the data he has gotten from the PSL the executives about the previously mentioned issue.

“We have been truly very much refreshed by PSL [about coronavirus situation]. As an individual, it is my choice whether I need to return home or remain. At this stage, I am entirely alright with where things are at,” said Dunk. “We are getting day by day refreshes. Things are happening off camera and in the event that they remain at the present rate as they may be, I am surely agreeable to remain and play.”

“Clearly, contingent upon what occurs at home concerning fringes, we should rethink however right now I am extremely agreeable,” he included.

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