Time is very difficult for cricket: Sunil Gavaskar
Time is very difficult for cricket: Sunil Gavaskar

Due to Coronavirus, cricket has been braked for the last two and a half months. Just as this epidemic has changed many things, in the same way now we will get to see a lot of change in cricket too.

I will not be able to see the players playing with a mask - Former Indian player Sunil Gavaskar spoke openly on this issue in Hindi news channel Aaj Tak Conclave. He said that cricket will be very difficult now. However, I will not be able to see players playing with masks. Gavaskar said, 'Now there will not be a celebration of the players in the field. Team Huddle had a different fun, it also brought a lot of excitement among the audience. Cricket will be completely sanitized now.

Every player will now be tested before the match - this former Indian player further said that when cricket starts after Corona, there will be fear in the heart of every player about the ball. Everyone's corona test will be done before the match. Now if a player is out due to this infection, then his replacement can be taken. Gavaskar further said that if the players play wearing masks, then I will not be able to see. There was difficulty in identifying the players in the helmet. Now the mask will come, then the trouble will increase even more.

Tough to play cricket till October- Talking about the future of cricket, Gavaskar further said that no one knows anything about the effects of corona virus. This is a very difficult time for cricket. He further said that doctors have advised social distancing to tackle this virus, but still this infection is not ending. This virus continues to grow with testing. I believe it will be difficult to play cricket till October. Looking at the series between England and West Indies, you will know what the cricket will be like next.

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