IPL 2021: Chennai Super Kings donate fast bowler Behrendorf to deal with corona crisis in India

Australian super bowler Jason Behrendorf of Chennai Super Kings said on Tuesday that UNICEF would donate an undisclosed sum to Australia’s request for assistance in the corona crisis in India. On his official Twitter account, the bowler requested others to donate. In India, there have been more than three thousand deaths due to coronavirus in the last few days.

Behrendorf wrote, ‘I wanted to do something to help and donate to UNICEF’s plan to tackle the corona crisis in India. I request that others who have enjoyed the generous hospitality of India follow it. ‘

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He said, ‘I know this amount is small. This cannot be compared to the love and friendship we have found in India. But I think it makes a difference. ‘Cricket Australia announced on Monday that it had announced $ 50,000, with Behrendorf’s partners Pat Cummins and Brett Lee also donating.

The remaining matches of the IPL 2021 will be held in September

The BCCI is considering postponing the remaining matches in September following the corona explosion in the bio-bubble. Currently, the BCCI has not provided any official information on this. There have been 29 matches in the 60 matches of the IPL 2021 and now the BCCI is exploring the possibility of hosting the remaining 31 matches in September.

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