Yusuf Pathan fans can barely trust it, as BCCI has recently educated the Baroda Cricket Association that Yusuf had fizzled a bonehead test and ought not be considered for choice.
It has been over a long time since Yusuf Pathan broke out on the universal scene, as his hard hitting batting shows got the creative ability of Indian fans.
Pathan broadly made his presentation in the last of the T20 World Cup in South Africa, as he was a very late substitution for the harmed Virender Sehwag.
Yet, Pathan extremely bacome famous in the main release of the IPL, when he was a critical piece of the Rajasthan Royals side that turned out to be improbable champions of the T20 alliance.
He in the long run made the progression up to the national side, first in the T20 arrangement and afterward the 50 over organization, as Yusuf Pathan turned into a pillar in the Indian side.
He was a piece of the 2011 World Cup winning side, as Yusuf played a couple of matches amid the underlying rounds of the competition, before being dropped for Suresh Raina.
Regardless of dropping out of the national side, Yusuf still told a gigantic expense in the IPL, where he was a piece of KKR throughout the previous seven years. While he at first neglected to satisfy his huge sticker price, Yusuf began to flame over the most recent couple of years and assumed a major part in KKRs’ 2014 IPL triumph.
In any case, now this news of falling flat a bonehead test has come even under the least favorable conditions conceivable time for the calm mammoth, as he will without a doubt not have his name in the IPL sell off, set to happen in the not so distant future.
The allrounder was tried positive for a prohibited substance Terbutaline amid the Ranji Trophy a year ago.
As indicated by reports, Pathan, who played only one Ranji Trophy diversion for Baroda last season, “devoured a solution named Brozeet which has Terbutaline in it. While Terbutaline is a prohibited substance, a player is permitted to take it on the off chance that he has taken earlier authorization, neither Pathan nor the group specialist took earlier consent,” says the report.
Pathan is presently the second Indian cricketer to be test positive, after Pradeep Sangwan was given a 18-month boycott amid the 2012 IPL.
This news will definitely be a gigantic hit to Yusuf, as the enormous hitting all-rounder should invest some energy out of the amusement.
How about we seek after his fans purpose that he makes a rebound soon enough.