BCCI said – If the Corona situation in India does not improve, then the T20 World Cup will be held in the UAE

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T20 World Cup: This tournament will be held in India in October-November this year. (ICC Twitter)

The BCCI general manager has confirmed in an interview that UAE can host the T20 World Cup this year (ICC T20 World Cup 2021) if the coron epidemic does not come under control in India.

New Delhi. If the Corona epidemic does not come under control in India, then this year’s ICC T20 World Cup 2021 may shift to the UAE. The BCCI has given information about this. This year, the T20 World Cup is to be held from October 18 to November 15. But the way corona cases are spreading fast in the country. In such a situation, the chances of the World Cup being held in India are quite low. BCCI general manager Dheeraj Malhotra said in an interview to the BBC that the Indian Cricket Board has not given up hope of organizing the World Cup in the country yet. He said that I have just been selected as a director of this tournament. Therefore, it will be my endeavor that the World Cup be organized in the country itself. But we have to keep both normal and bad situation in mind. It is on this basis that we will talk to the International Cricket Council (ICC). BCCI has tied up hosting agreement with ECB The GM of BCCI said that it will be our endeavor to make preparations keeping the UAE in mind as a backup venue. But the final decision will be taken by the BCCI. Let me tell you that due to Corona last year, BCCI organized the Indian Premier League in the UAE. The BCCI signed a hosting agreement with the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) last year to host any tournament. In such a situation, there will be no problem in organizing the T20 World Cup in the UAE. However, the ECB has not given any information regarding the preparations for the T20 World Cup in the UAE.Four players removed from IPL in a week Let me tell you that the second wave of Coronavius ​​has created a furore in India at this time. Over the past few days, more than three lakh new cases of corona are coming in the country every day. At the same time, the death toll is also in the thousands. There is a huge shortage of oxygen and medicines in the country. However, despite all this, the IPL is being organized in the country. Many former cricketers and people had expressed their displeasure over this. Also read: IPL 2021: Prithvi Shaw hit 6 fours in Shivam Mavi’s over, see the bowler’s ‘revenge’ in the video
Rashid Khan shares emotional video, says- Afghanistan stands with India in the war against Corona Due to Corona from IPL, 4 players including Ravichandran Ashwin have been removed. Delhi Capitals bowler Ashwin has decided to withdraw from the league due to family reasons. Apart from him, three Australian cricketers have also left this season. These include Andrew Tye of Rajasthan Royals and Ken Richardson of RCB and Adam Jampa. At the same time, Indian umpire Nitin Menon has also withdrawn from the tournament.




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