Michael Gough Banned and Quarantined for Violating the Covid-19 Bio-secure Bubble During T20

English umpire Michael Gough has been banned and quarantined for six days for violating the Covid-19 biosecure bubble during the T20 World Cup. According to media reports, this is the first violation of the biosecure bubble in the T20 World Cup by a match official instead of a player, on which the ICC has banned England umpire Michael Gough for 6 days. Has also been started.

Michael Gough Banned & Quarantined During T20 World Cup 2021

According to reports, Michael Gough walked out of the hotel in Bio Secure Bubble and met people without permission, after which he was immediately quarantined. Michael Gough will not officiate in the match between India and New Zealand last Sunday. On the other hand, they may have to wash their hands of umpiring in the semi-finals of the short format mega event.

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An ICC spokesperson said:

“The bio-security advisory committee has instructed umpire Michael Gough to isolate for six days due to a breach of the event bio-security protocols”.

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Javeria Awan
Javeria Awan
Javeria is a writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.



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