Former Indian cricket player Sunil Gavaskar recently made a suggestion that India could exchange the T20 World Cup with Australia and host this year instead of a rescheduled event for 2021. The former Indian Team captain said that Australia could only host the World Cup T20 only. if coronavirus is fully controlled in this country. The corona virus pandemic has stopped all sports.
Sunil Gavaskar talks about holding the T20 World Cup in India
When talking with India today, Sunil Gavaskar said that Australia had banned foreigners from entering the country until 30 September and the tournament was scheduled to start in mid-October, hosting the event looked difficult at the moment. He added that next year (2021), the T20 World Cup was in India and If India and Australia reached an agreement with coronavirus in India that was flat at that time, then the two countries could exchange hosting rights for the event. This means India will host the 2020 T20 World Cup while the 2021 edition must be in Australia. The T20 World Cup is scheduled to take place in Australia from October 18 to November 15 with India hosting the 2021 edition.
IPL 2020 postponed: Sunil Gavaskar at the time the IPL 2020 can be carried out
The corona virus pandemic has caused IPL 2020 to be postponed indefinitely but there is a possibility it will be held in September. Speaking of the 2020 IPL being postponed, Sunil Gavaskar said that if the T20 World Cup exchange took place and the 2020 IPL was only held before the T20 World Cup, it would provide enough training for many players. He further said that the T20 World Cup could take place in November and the Asian Cup could take place in December
Sunil Gavaskar spoke about Shoaib Akhtar’s snow comments
Earlie, when appearing on YouTube channel of former Pakistani cricket Ramiz Raja, Sunil Gavaskar humorously said that there was a “higher chance of snow occurring in Lahore” than the bilateral series India vs Pakistan that was happening in the near future. Shoaib Akhtar quickly answered Sunil Gavaskar’s comment by saying that Lahore did snow last year and nothing was impossible.
Recently when writing in his column for Mid day, Sunil Gavaskar commented on Shoaib Akhtar’s reply. The former opener wrote, “I enjoyed Shoaib Akhtar’s great comeback about my snowfall in Lahore’s comments. A fast bowler with a sense of humor. Wow, love that!”.
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