T20 World Cup 2022: Australia's leading bowler Adam Zampa did not play against Sri Lanka, know the reason
T20 World Cup 2022 Before the match against Sri Lanka in T20 World 2022, Australia's spin bowler has been found to be covid positive. This is the reason why he has not got a place in the match against Sri Lanka. Zampa is not the first such player.
Australia's leading spin bowler Adam Zampa did not play in the match against Sri Lanka. Actually he has been found to be Kovid positive. Although they have very mild symptoms. This match is very important for Australia after the defeat in the first match.
According to cricket.com, the team's spokesperson has confirmed that Zampa has recently done his covid test which showed minor symptoms. For this reason, he will not be in a position to play against Sri Lanka on Tuesday at the Perth Stadium, although it has also been said that he is available for selection.
What is the covid rule in T20 World Cup?
Talking about T20 World Cup 2022, Kovid positive players have also been given permission to play in it. This has been done because there has been a steady decline in Covid cases and there is no such thing as a bio-bubble in the T20 World Cup.
Other players with covid positive in T20 World Cup
Talking about the T20 World Cup, Adam Zampa is not the first such player. Earlier, Ireland player George Dockrell was also found to be covid positive. Despite this, he played in the match against Sri Lanka. However, the medical staff of the team was keeping an eye on him and he was not allowed to travel with the team.
Australia started with losing the match
Talking about defending champion Australia, in the first match of Super-12, they had to face a crushing defeat at the hands of New Zealand. Batting first, New Zealand had scored 200 runs in that match, in response to which Australia were all out after scoring only 111 runs.
New Zealand had defeated Australia in any format after 13 years at their home. Talking about Adam Zampa's performance in the first match, he gave 39 runs in 4 overs at the economy of 9.80 and took only 1 wicket.