Australian cricketer said after playing T20 World Cup in India - Things should be organized only when conditions are right

Australian cricketer said after playing T20 World Cup in India - Things should be organized only when conditions are right

Due to coronavirus, the IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) season in India had to be stopped. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) postponed the tournament indefinitely in the middle of the season, but it seems to have the most impact on the ICC T20 World Cup. The ICC may be talking about taking a decision on this in June, but now players have also started expressing their opinion about it. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has said on this issue that if the conditions in India do not go well, then the tournament should be organized elsewhere. Cummins was part of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL and is currently in the Maldives with his Australian teammates.

There were cases of corona infection in the safe bio-bubble created for IPL 2021 by BCCI. Due to this, there was panic among the players. At the same time, the havoc of the second wave of Corona in India also troubled foreign players who were involved in the tournament. Pat Cummins was also among such players, who donated 50 thousand dollars to help India.

The decision to organize in India should be based on the circumstances

Even though the IPL has been postponed, the eyes are now on the World Cup. India has to host the tournament in October-November this year. However, now it depends on what the situation of Corona is in the country in the coming days. The Australian fast bowler has made it clear that the decision should be taken only after looking at the situation. Speaking to Australian newspaper The Age, Cummins said,

“If it puts a lot on Indian resources or it is not safe to organize it there, then I do not think it would be right to organize it there. This is the first question that needs to be answered. It is probably too early to say anything. Now it is six months. It should be a priority for cricket officials to talk to the Indian government to see what is best for the Indian people. ”

What did Cummins say about the IPL event?

Cummins said on the question of conducting IPL in India this time that the organizers would have decided to host in India only after better advice. He said, "Last year the IPL in the UAE was fantastic but millions of people believed that it should be played in India this time. so what you do. You have to see both sides. He organized the tournament after taking the best possible advice. "

Big challenge in front of BCCI

There is a growing concern in front of the Indian cricket board about both the tournaments. The board is looking for a better window to complete the IPL. At present, no success has been achieved in this direction. Some county clubs in England and Sri Lanka have proposed to organize the tournament. At the same time, the board also has a problem to solve this issue regarding the World Cup.

Milkha Singh's words blew life in the career of this Indian footballer, even today we remember inspiration

Milkha Singh's words blew life in the career of this Indian footballer, even today we remember inspiration

The country lost its legendary sprinter Milkha Singh on Friday. Milkha Singh's life is an inspiration for anyone. He has set many records in his life and has set benchmarks for the people. Whatever he got from him, he used to learn something or the other. His inspirational words have the power to add to the broken courage of anyone. Something similar happened to Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, the goalkeeper of the Indian football team. Sandhu has told that the words of Milkha Singh, popularly known as Flying Sikh, inspire him even today.

Gurpreet recalled the words of Milkha Singh and told that this great sprinter told him that "You don't have to stop." Sandhu said that his advice helped him to fight the challenges during his European tenure. Veteran Milkha Singh passed away on Friday in Chandigarh due to complications related to Kovid-19. Thousands of countrymen, including players, paid tribute to him.

no substitute for hard work

Recalling the day he received the award from Milkha Singh at a function in Chandigarh in 2015, Gurpreet said, “He (Milkha) told me, “There is no substitute for hard work. I used to vomit blood several times during practice but you don't have to stop. At that time, I was playing club football in Norway with FC Stabeck, where every day was a struggle to prove myself and make it to the starting team. It was a big challenge while abroad, there were days when it was difficult to maintain my enthusiasm.

He said, "However, I myself used to remember the advice of 'Flying Sikh'. He was a great motivator and inspired me to give my all every day. The words he spoke to me are with me even today and will continue to be a great source of inspiration. His words and blessings will be with me whenever I fight for my country on the football field.

keeps the legacy alive

Gurpreet became the first Indian footballer to play in Europe's top division in 2014, representing Norway's FC Stabeck. He remained with the team until 2017 and during this time became the first Indian player to play in the Europa League (European football's second level club competition) in 2016.

Remembering Milkha Singh, who missed out on a bronze medal by a hundredth of a second at the Rome Olympics (1960), Gurpreet said, "The saga of great people and their legacy lives on forever. Milkha Singh ji and his life story have influenced billions of people in India and across the world. He may not be with us but he will continue to inspire generations to come. We all have grown up reading about him and will never forget to share the stage with him. That moment will always be close to my heart.

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