New Delhi: IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) was stopped midway due to the increasing havoc of Corona Virus in India. Due to this epidemic, more than 4 lakh people are getting infected in the country every day. Apart from this, thousands of people are also losing their lives due to this. Due to this, questions have also arisen on whether the T20 World Cup to be held in India will be able to be held here or not.
Ian Chappell gave a big statement
Meanwhile, Australian legend Ian Chappell believes that the suspension of the IPL shows that cricket is not impenetrable and the postponement of the upcoming T20 World Cup in India due to Kovid-19. Or being held at any other place cannot be denied.
Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Riddhiman Saha, Delhi Capitals ‘Amit Mishra and Kolkata Knight Riders’ Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier were found positive for Kovid-19, despite a tight bio-safe environment. Only after that it was decided to postpone IPL 2021.
Chappell (Ian Chappell) wrote in his column in ESPNcricinfo, ‘The suspension of IPL 2021 is a reminder of the fact that the game is not impenetrable due to the rise of the Kovid infection in the general public and the deaths and positives of some players. India is still reeling from the second wave of Kovid-19 and more than four lakh cases are being reported here every day. The T20 World Cup is scheduled to be held in India in October-November.
Chappell (Ian Chappell) said, “In view of the current environment, the suspension of the IPL can set an example and thereafter the year-end T20 World Cup in India can be postponed or held elsewhere.” He said that in the past too, the game has been affected due to various reasons.
Chappell further said, ‘In the past too, tour and matches had to be canceled due to various reasons. Some stories were attached to them, some of which were sad and some were entertaining.
Corona havoc in India
India is facing devastation caused by the second wave of corona epidemic and more than four lakh new cases of infections are being reported daily since last few days. This crisis has been aggravated by the lack of vital medicines and oxygen. Due to this, thousands of people are losing their lives every day.