Abdul Razzaq recovering after testing positive for Covid-19

Former all-rounder has tested negative for the virus once

Abdul Razzaq recovering after testing positive for Covid-19 PHOTO: File

Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq is making a speedy recovery after having tested positive for Covid-19, according to Express News.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Head Coach, Razzaq, has already tested negative for the virus, once, but is still in quarantine.  

“I’m feeling better now but there is still significant amount of weakness. Doctors have said that I need to rest for a few more days, inorder to fully recover,” said Razzaq.

He also urged his fellow countrymen to wear masks and strictly follow the other Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) put in place.  

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The 41-year-old represented Pakistan in 46 Tests, where he scored 1,946 runs, which included three centuries and seven fifties, at an average of 28.61. He also took 100 wickets at an average of 36.94.

He also scored 5,080 runs in 265 ODIs at an average of 29.70, which included three hundreds and 23 half-centuries. He also bagged 269 wickets at an average of 31.83.

In his Twenty20 International career, the Lahore-born amassed 393 runs in 32 matches at an average of 20.68. He also picked up 20 wickets at an average of 19.75.