IPL 2021: Adam Zampa cut leaf from RCB, told India unsafe


New Delhi: IPL 2021 was stopped midway due to the second wave of corona virus. In the bio-bubble of this big league, players were constantly coming under the grip of Corona. However, now the wait of the fans is about to end. The remaining matches of IPL are going to start from September 19.

Before that big news has come out for the fans of Royal Challengers Bangalore. Australia leg-spinner Adam Zampa, who played for Bangalore, has been dropped from the team.

Adam Zampa’s leaf cut from RCB

Actually IPL 2021 was stopped midway due to corona viral, but before that Jampa and fast bowler Kane Richardson left the tournament midway and returned home due to the ever increasing corona cases in India. Now Zampa will not play the rest of the matches in the UAE, in his place Wanindu Hasaranga of Sri Lanka has been included in the team.

Zampa told India unsafe

In fact, when Adam Zampa was leaving IPL 2021 midway, he told the Sydney Morning Herald that he felt much safer in the UAE, where the tournament was held last year. “We’ve been part of some biologically safe environment so far and I think it’s probably the most unsafe,” Zampa said. I think this is because of being in India. We are always told about cleanliness here and have to be extra careful. I thought it was most unsafe here.’

Hasranga will wear RCB jersey

Under the leadership of Shikhar Dhawan, when the Indian team went on the tour of Sri Lanka (India Tour of Sri Lanka). Then the bowler of the host team, Wanindu Hasaranga, got rid of the sweat of Team India from the havoc of his bowling. Now he will show his power in the IPL.

For the second phase of IPL 2021, Virat Kohli’s team RCB has included Sri Lankan right-arm leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga in its squad. It is expected that he will make a splash in the UAE.


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