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“Very sensible decision to postpone the IPL” – Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has come out in help of BCCI’s decision to postpone IPL 2021. With COVID-19 circumstances creeping into the bio-safe bubble, the apex cricket board in India was left with no selection however to guarantee the security of all gamers.

Vaughan known as the postponement a sensible decision. While praying for the properly-being of everybody in India, he additionally hoped that the abroad gamers will quickly discover a method to return dwelling safely.

“Seems a very sensible decision to postpone the IPL. Now cases have started to appear inside the bubble they had no other option. Hope everyone stays safe in India and all the overseas players can find a way back to there families,” Vaughan wrote in his tweet.

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Michael Vaughan just lately questioned England and Australia gamers’ double normal

Michael Vaughan had just lately expressed reservations about England and Australia gamers that includes in the match. He was shocked that gamers from the two nations have been allowed to function in the money-wealthy league after their nationwide groups had opted out of the tour of South Africa.

At the similar time, although, Michael Vaughan stated that the IPL ought to go on, including that it brings nice pleasure to individuals in these powerful instances.

“I think the IPL should carry on .. The joy it will be bringing billions in these awful times every evening is important .. but I do find it tough to think back how England & Aussie pulled out of games in SA,yet both countries players are allowed to play in India !!!” Michael Vaughan wrote in his tweet.

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Earlier in the day, the BCCI determined to droop IPL 2021 indefinitely after a number of gamers and help employees examined constructive for COVID-19.

“The BCCI does not want to compromise on the safety of the players, support staff, and the other participants involved in organising the IPL. This decision was taken keeping the safety, health, and wellbeing of all the stakeholders in mind,” the BCCI stated in its assertion.

With gamers instructed to return dwelling, it does not appear probably that the match will resume any time quickly.

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