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Mumbai: The second wave of Coronavirus in India has caused havoc. Corona has also been hit on the Indian cricket calendar, which is unable to organize any domestic tournament. The corona infection is spreading rapidly in the country. After various corona cases surfaced in the IPL bubble, the BCCI decided to postpone the T20 League indefinitely with immediate effect. IPL 2021: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly made a big statement about the remaining matches of the IPL
Please tell that due to Corona, domestic cricket has had a tremendous impact once again. The Ranji Trophy could not be held in the 2020-21 edition, while the board held some home matches in early 2021. Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (Syed mushtaq ali trophy) In addition to the 50 overs of men and women conducted by the board. Meanwhile, former captain of the Indian team and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says that he is going to give his salary to all his domestic cricketers, given the cricket calendar affected by the Corona epidemic.
In an interview, Sourav Ganguly said that we are hopeful that everything will come under control by October. Corona has greatly influenced sports and life. We will give compensation to all our domestic cricketers in the month of June-July. Junior players, umpires and employees putting score cards will be paid their full fees. “
Ganguly further said that organizing the junior cricket tournament is very risky at this time. In such an environment, young boys cannot be pushed into the trap of corona infection. Imagine how a 16-year-old boy would stay in a hotel for a long time, leaving his mother and father away from home. This virus is very dangerous.
Last year the Ranji Trophy tournament could not be held due to Corona. Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy were organized inside the bio-bubble. India is in the grip of the second wave of Corona at this time. In view of this, BCCI has canceled the junior cricket-under-16 and under-23 tournament. The BCCI president has also clarified that the Indian team will go to Sri Lanka for the limited overs series in July, in which Safendar the ball specialist will participate.