new Delhi: Coronavirus epidemic has had a deep impact on sports around the world, cricket is also not untouched by it. Due to this disease, the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia this year was postponed. Significantly, if this crisis had not come, the T20 World Cup would have been going on in October-November.
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Cricket Australia has suffered not only due to the postponement of the World Cup, but many cricketers have also come under economic crisis. We are talking about Paul van Meekerene, a cricketer from the Netherlands who is currently suffering from failure and living a difficult life.
This Dutch cricketer has claimed that Uber Eats is working as a Food Delivery Boy. The ICC T20 World Cup was to be held between October 18 and November 15, but this tournament has now been postponed.
Cricketer Paul Van Meekerein wrote on Twitter last Sunday, ‘Today I should have played cricket, but I am delivering food for Uber Eats Company this winter season, it is interesting how things change, Haha You kept smiling. Even though they have said these things in a funny style, but these alphas are telling their pain.
In addition to the top ten teams in the T20 World Cup 2020, 6 other teams were included, which included Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Oman. The next big international tournament is to be played in the year 2021, in which Meekarene is working in Uber Eats to make a living.
Van Micherenne made his international debut in 2013 against Kenya in Kenya. He has played 5 ODIs and 41 T20 Internationals so far. Apart from this, he has also participated in English County cricket on behalf of Somerset team.