New Delhi: Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) introduced that IPL 2021 has been suspended because of the rising instances of Covid-9 amongst IPL cricketers. After the announcement, many overseas cricketers have began heading again to their dwelling nations. England batsman, Jos Buttler who represented Rajasthan Royals within the IPL can also be one of many cricketers returning again to England. Earlier than bidding adieu, Jos Buttler thanked India for welcoming him and likewise appealed to be secure.
The 30-year previous English cricketer took to Twitter to specific his gratitude in direction of India. He wrote: “India is a special country going through a very difficult time. Thank you for welcoming me and my family like you always do. Please stay safe and look after yourselves”
Jos Buttler has been in India since late January as England performed their first Take a look at match in February. So, the Englishman will need to have obtained accustomed to the Indian circumstances by now.
His emotional message resonated properly with the followers who additionally despatched their finest needs to the England participant.
In the meantime, Sourav Ganguly stated that it’s too early to talk on the return of IPL. He additionally stated, “They (people associated with IPL bio-bubble) are all professional hands. Professional hands around the world can’t control it (virus penetrating the bubble). When it was happening in England (the second wave of the pandemic), there were cases in the English Premier League. Manchester City, Arsenal players got infected. Matches got rescheduled. Because their season is six months long, they can do it. But our season is tight. Since we have to (release) players to their respective countries, rescheduling was very difficult.”