Indeed, even as he wrestles with getting sorted out IPL 2021 in India amid a flooding pandemic. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has communicated trust that India would “have the best-ever ICC T20 World Cup” in October and November. The previous India chief has referenced this in his letter (a duplicate is with TOI) sent on April 2 to the presidents. And secretaries of all the state affiliations whom the BCCI has welcomed in Chennai to watch the initial game. Between the Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday.
“I’m cheerful that in the coming season, we will want to return to regularity. And have the full homegrown season and host the best-ever ICC T20 World Cup,” Ganguly has composed.
He has likewise guaranteed all the state units that the BCCI is quick to put together homegrown competitions for the under-19 young men in June and July. Given the Coronavirus, circumstance doesn’t turn crazy.
“All the worldwide and local players merit enormous credit for staying in a bio-secure environment for a broad time frame yet then passing on such first-rate and incredible cricket,” created Ganguly.