BCCI president Sourav Ganguly defended Rishabh Pant – impossible to wear mask all the time

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly defends Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, who hit Corona during his break from the Bio Bubble. Ganguly said he is on vacation and it is impossible to wear a mask all the time. Pant had come to watch the Euro Cup and Wimbledon during his 20-day vacation, and it is believed he was infected with the virus at the time. After Kovid appeared to be positive, fans on social media began a barrage against Pant.

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Speaking to News18, Sourav Ganguly said, “We have seen the Euro Championships and Wimbledon taking place in England. The rules have changed (allowing spectators to enter the stadium). He was on vacation and it was impossible to wear a mask at all times. When Ganguly was asked if he was worried about Team India before the Test series began, he denied it. The former leader said, ‘Don’t worry. He’ll be fine. Apart from Pant, throwdown specialist Dayanand Zarani has also come to grips with the epidemic.

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Rishabh Pant has not traveled to Durham with the team after being found to be positive and will be tested again on July 18. Vriddhiman Saha has been separated due to his association with Dayanand. ECB has announced the County Select XI team for the practice match against India. Warwickshire captain Will Rhodes has been given command of the team. The Indian team tries to find its rhythm by playing a three-day warm-up match.

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