Former England captain Nasir Hussain has bragged against the BCCI for conducting the IPL during the Corona era. The decision to postpone IPL 2021 said it had to be closed. On one side people are dying on the road and there is a tournament going on. Despite the bio-bubble on Tuesday, the tournament was postponed after players and some staff members of the IPL playing teams got corona positive. However, BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla made it clear that the tournament has been postponed. Kovid said the rest of the fixtures will take place once the 19 come under control.
Hussein wrote in the Daily Mail that players cannot keep an eye on what is happening in the country. It is obvious from the contribution and donations they are making, but given the seriousness of the situation, it is okay to postpone the IPL 2021. He wrote that there was no other option but to shut down the Indian Premier League. Not after the Bio Secure bubble breaks in many places. It is bigger than a cricket game.
He wrote that players are either stupid or insensitive. He was fully aware of what was happening in India. He saw people on television pleading for beds and oxygen in the hospital. The ambulance looked unusable outside the cricket ground. He wondered if this was the right time to pursue the game. They were all very uncomfortable with this.
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I am not criticizing the players, but it is necessary to prevent it. Running a tournament when people are dying on the road seems like a sin of time. BCCI has made the biggest mistake by hosting a tournament in India. Six months ago, he conducted the IPL in the United Arab Emirates and he was fantastic.