After the postponement of the 14th season of IPL, now the BCCI’s next goal is to bring foreign players to their home safely.
After the postponement of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021), the next concern of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the IPL Governing Council (IPL GC) is to send the foreign players who have come to participate in this league safely to their homes. On this, IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel said that he will find a way to send all the players back to their homes. Also Read – Daddy David Warner’s daughter Ivy is remembering, this picture went viral on social media
At present, India is facing the second wave of the deadly pandemic Kovid-19. Meanwhile, the virus has entered the T20 League being played in the Bio Secure Bubble in the country. Within two days, when some issues were reported in different teams of the league, this league had to be postponed indefinitely. On Tuesday, the league was announced to be suspended after Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals veteran leg-spinner Amit Mishra were found to be Kovid-19 positive. Also Read – 2000 crores stuck in the balance of BCCI due to postponement of IPL 2021, this thing earns the most from this
When asked about how the foreign players will go back, Brijesh Patel told PTI, “We need to send them home and we will find a way to do this.” Also Read – IPL should have been organized in UAE, former Indian fast bowler raised questions on the functioning of BCCI
Foreign players associated with this breathtaking league are worried about returning to their countries because many countries have imposed travel restrictions due to the deadly epidemic in India. The BCCI has also assured the safe return of foreign players earlier.
A few days ago, Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that his country’s cricketers have no problem traveling in the chartered plane that will take players from India, New Zealand and England to the UK after the IPL.
India and New Zealand are scheduled to play the final of the World Test Championship from June 18 and they were to leave for England after the IPL ends. On Monday, apart from Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji, Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakraborty were also found positive.