BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly does not even have an answer to the question of how Corona entered the entry in the Bio-Bubble for IPL 2021. Ganguly said that no such report was found, which shows that the bio bubble has been broken. The BCCI decided to postpone IPL 2021 as Corona began to spread its footing among the 4 franchisees associated with the league. Ganguly said that it is difficult to say how the corona transition occurred in the players inside the bubble. Apart from this, he also opposed the condemnation of IPL 2021 being organized in the country amid Corona infection.
Ganguly said, "When the second wave of Corona arrived in England, there were also Corona cases seen inside the English Premier League. Players from Manchester City and Arsenal players were infected with the virus. The English Premier League was held when there was a lockdown in the UK. La Liga was played. Everything was happening in the world. "
Things deteriorated in the last 3 weeks - Ganguly
The BCCI supremo said that, when it was agreed to organize IPL 2021 in India, no one thought that this epidemic would spread like this in the country. The situation was not so bad in February. Whatever happened to this happened in the last 3 weeks.
However, now the BCCI is preparing for the window to hold the remaining matches of the season. But, Ganguly said that at the moment it is too early to say anything about whether the league will start. The question will also be whether the board should conduct it in India or organize it in the UAE. The IPL poses new questions from the flaws in the biobubble. In the IPL 2020 in the UAE, BCCI entrusted the biobabble to UK company Restrata. This time the BCCI took over the task by itself.