IPL 2021 Still To Go On says BCCI Amidst COVID-19 Crisis
As India is struggling to the uncontrollable surge of Covid-19 cases in India. BCCI insist that the league must still go on.
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Withdrawing From the League
Some Australian players and Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin are now withdrawing from the league amidst the escalating COVID-19 cases.
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The BCCI Statements
The Board of Control of Cricket insisted that the Indian Premier League still continue and wouldn’t come to the way of those who want to leave.
“As of now, IPL is going ahead. Obviously, if anyone wants to leave, that’s perfectly fine,” BCCI Official.
KKR captain @Eoin16 is pained to see the surge of COVID-19 cases in India but indicated the ongoing IPL could still go on as Bundesliga and Premier League have set the perfect “templates” for sports to continue amid lockdown.https://t.co/upxI4rE9bC
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Ashwin pulling out to IPL
Ravichandran Ashwin decided to take a break to help his family fight against Covid-19. Ashwin hoped to return everything on it’s right direction.
KKR Mentor David Hussey Acknowledged
David Hussey understand that Australians in the Indian Premier League are a bit worry and nervous on how to get back home from the middle of this crisis.
“Everyone is sort of a bit nervous about whether they can get back into Australia. I dare say there will be a few other Australians a bit nervous about getting back into Australia,” Hussey, a former Australia international.
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