The storm has severely damaged Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, the country’s financial capital, and destroyed the stadium’s 16-foot site. Hurricane Tout has hit 90kg per hour. They were damaged in Mumbai and surrounding areas. Many areas were flooded, many homes collapsed. The roofs of many houses were also blown up. Everyone was startled to see the horror of Taut’s destruction. The storm devastated people’s homes, their lives, their goods and property and cricket.
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Seeing the strength of Toot Storm, Team India head coach Ravishastri looks up and down. Ravi Shastri, in his own words, explained to Twitter that Taut was destroying and ruining Mumbai. He wrote, ‘A storm is a hurricane, it is very dangerous. That is still happening. We have finger crosses with the hope that the storm will not cause much destruction. ‘
The storm is a hurricane. Absolutely devastating. What one saw today made last year’s Nisagra look like a Mickey Mouse. It was a seriously disgusting job and still in progress. Fingers crossed. It does not cause more serious damage in a landslide. God bless #CycloneTouchte
– Ravi Shastri (avi Ravi ShastriFC) May 17, 2021
Ravi Shastri was not expecting much damage with Taut, but he had damaged the Wankhede Stadium on his way from Mumbai to Gujarat. Hurricane Toute devastated Wankhede’s 16-foot site. The Mumbai Cricket Association has reported that the site screen on the north stand was damaged by the storm. She has collapsed due to the high pressure of the air.
Cameron Bancroft, trapped in his right to destroy the ball, has no new information.