The 13th edition of the Indian Premier league has attracted the foreign boards to stage the cash rich league in their country as the current situation in India is pathetic to say the least. When talking about the same, the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly revealed some interesting facts regarding the whereabouts of the tournament
In a latest chat show #DadaOpensWithMayank, the former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly made his presence which is hosted by Mayank Agarwal.
When the present Indian opener asked about the current covid-19 situation, Sourav Ganguly said,
I think the next two-three-four months will be a little tough. We will just have to bear it, and by the end of the year or beginning of next year, life should be back to normal.
The southpaw further added that he is waiting for the proper vaccine that can neutralize the corona and also hopes that everything will come back to normal once vaccine is out.
I will wait for the vaccine to come out. Till then, yes, we will have to be a little more careful…we know what’s happening and we don’t want to fall sick. Saliva is an issue. Maybe once the vaccine comes out, just like any other illness, everything will be fine
Sourav Ganguly is one of the greatest tacticians and his leadership skills are known to everyone. This time, Bengal’s prince came up with an interesting theory of how corona virus should be seen as a batting tactic.
It’s like batting tactic, it’s not same on all pitches, you play differently on slower pitches, you play differently when it turns and you play differently when it is flat. So COVID is at that stage, the stage of recovery. Hopefully, by the end of this year we all should be fine,
Meanwhile, the BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal said that the decision on conducting the IPL on overseas soil will be taken on the forthcoming IPL governing council meeting. He said,
We’ve to consider India first and then think of overseas. They (UAE, Sri Lanka, New Zealand) have sent these proposals in case we want to organize it there. We will discuss in the next IPL governing council meeting where we will take a call
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