David Warner’s controversial statement, ‘It is terrible to live in India’


New Delhi: IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) was stopped midway due to the increasing outbreak of the second wave of Coronavirus. In this big league, players and staff members were constantly getting infected with Corona, after which this big decision was taken. Meanwhile, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) opening batsman David Warner made a big statement.

Warner’s big reveal

Australian opener David Warner says that it was horrifying and disturbing to see people in India struggling for oxygen during the IPL. Warner said, ‘I think everyone in the house saw the situation in India regarding oxygen on TV. People were queuing for the last rites of their family members. Let us tell you that the tournament was postponed on May 4 after Corona’s case surfaced in the IPL.

India’s troubled

Warner said, ‘The situation in India was terrible and as a human being it was very disturbing to see. I think postponing IPL was the right decision. Getting into the bubble is challenging. We know everyone in India loves cricket. Warner was removed from the post of Sunrisers Hyderabad captain in the middle of the tournament and Kane Williamson was appointed as the captain in his place. Warner said, ‘It was very challenging and we wanted to leave India as soon as possible. We were in Maldives where other people were also there for the same reason.

IPL was postponed

Let us tell you that IPL 2021 was postponed on 4th of May due to increasing cases of Coronavirus. Players and staff members were constantly getting infected by this epidemic in the bio-bubble of the teams. In India too, the number of people infected with corona had crossed 4 lakhs, but now the cases of corona are coming down to less than 2 lakhs. The remaining season of IPL will be played in UAE.


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