New Delhi: IPL 2021 was halted midway due to the increasing impact of the second wave of Corona virus in India. Due to this epidemic, some players or members of the support staff were getting infected by it in the IPL. After the postponement of the IPL, questions have also arisen as to whether India will be able to host the T20 World Cup 2021 or not.
Michael Hussey said this
Former Australian batsman and IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Michael Hussey said after reaching home from India that it would be difficult to organize the T20 World Cup in India as many cricket boards in this phase of the pandemic Would not like to send teams to India.
Cricinfo quoted Michael Hussey, saying, ‘According to me it would be very difficult to play the tournament in India. We are talking about eight teams of IPL and maybe in T20 World Cup, there will be similar teams from abroad. The host cities will be more. As I already said that playing in different cities will increase the risk.
T20 World Cup is difficult to organize
Let us know that the T20 World Cup is to be held in India in October-November, but due to the second wave of Corona, the situation has become very bad and for this reason IPL 2021 has also been postponed. Hussey was in India at the time of the IPL and despite being in the bio bubble, Corona was found positive, but now he has returned home.
Hussey (Michael Hussey) further said, ‘They have to make a big emergency plan. Maybe UAE or some other kind of tourniquet can be done. Many cricket boards around the world will be nervous about sending their teams to play tournaments in India again.