Shocking news for cricket fans, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said - Cricket in the near future is difficult

Shocking news for cricket fans, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said – Cricket in the near future is difficult

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Cricket India: Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus infection), all the sports events of the world have been postponed or canceled. Meanwhile, the Indian Premier League (IPL) has also been postponed indefinitely. Meanwhile, in Germany, the Premier Football League ‘Bundesliga’ is being talked about to held in May.

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The league will be held in an empty stadium. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, however, is not thinking about the IPL. He has made it clear that cricket does not seem to be happening recently.

Ganguly does not see cricket happening right now:

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During a conversation with the Times of India, Sourav Ganguly said that the social reality of Germany and India is completely different. Ganguly said that no cricket event will be seen in India at the moment. Ganguly also said that there are so many ‘if, and but’ has included in it. Ganguly said during this time that he is not thinking about talking about sports when people’s lives have been in critical position on the current situation.

Know what Bhajji’s opinion is on this:

Senior spinner Harbhajan Singh, who played for Team India under the captaincy of Ganguly, is also with him in this matter. Bhajji said that the top players in the IPL do not just gather people on the ground, but even when the team travels, stops in the hotel, people still flock to get a glimpse of the players.

Bhajji recently said that IPL matches can be held at the empty stadium, but now Bhajji’s opinion seems to be different. He believes that cricketing will be overturned by the message of social distancing. Bhajji believes that cricket should not happen until the COVID-19 vaccine is introduced. He said that even if the matches were held in the empty stadium, the symptoms of COVID-19 can be seen in the players.

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