BCCI Will Not Host The Remaining Matches of IPL 2021 in India
Speculation has started about where the remaining matches of the postponed 14th edition of the IPL will be. The BCCI has already rejected England and Sri Lanka. This time, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly ruled out the possibility to host the IPL 2021 in his own country India.
In an interview with the country’s media, he said that the remaining matches of the postponed IPL 2021 are unlikely to be held in India. England and Sri Lanka will not host. However, he did not disclose where the remaining 31 matches will be held.
There has been a lot of criticism for keeping the IPL going even during the Corona epidemic. Sourav said the game continued until the cricketers were attacked. It was postponed after the cricketers were attacked. But the game is going on in different leagues of other countries. There is nothing to criticize here.
In an interview, Sourav said that there is no chance for IPL to be held in India. After England, India will play three ODIs and five T20s in Sri Lanka. Everywhere there are strict rules like 14 days quarantine. As a result, there is no chance of IPL in India. It is difficult to say right now the possibility of organizing the rest. ‘
“If no one was injured, we would have continued the competition,” said the top official of the world’s cricket board. The cricketers were under biological protection and no spectators were allowed on the field. No cricketer was attacked. We were stopping them from being attacked. The rest of the leagues are getting a lot of corona attacks. But those leagues did not stop. ‘
“Some people will criticize,” said Sourav. “Many may think the IPL would have been better if it had ended earlier. But no one in Mumbai and Chennai was affected. This happened after Delhi and Ahmedabad. Some people will criticize. But many are also being attacked in the English Premier League. They are postponing the match. This is impossible in IPL. The cricketers will return home after stopping the game for seven days. Then again that quarantine 7. ‘