Nicholas Pooran was out for zero several times in IPL 2021, stated reason

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Nicholas Pooran (Photo Credits: Instagram / nicholaspooran)

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IPL 2021: The 14th season of the Indian Premier League has been postponed indefinitely due to Coronavirus Disease. After the postponement of IPL 2021, all the players have returned to their country, while the players or support staff who are left are also going to leave their country soon.

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Meanwhile, 25-year-old young wicketkeeper Caribbean player Nicholas Pooran has tweeted about the postpone of IPL 2021 and his poor performance in the tournament. He has said that stopping the IPL is going to be heartbreaking, but it was necessary in view of the present times. Pooran wrote in tweeting, ‘Suspension of the tournament and the reason behind it is heartbreaking. See you soon

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Apart from this, he has told about the reason for the poor performance in IPL 2021 through the picture, ‘I will keep this picture for my motivation so that I can come back in the best way’.

Talk about the performance of Nicholas Pooran in IPL 2021, while playing seven matches for Punjab Kings this season, he scored 28 runs in six innings with an average of 4.66. In IPL 2021, his strike rate was 84.84.

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