May 16, 2021


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Three Australian cricketers have left the IPL

Three Aussie cricketers Adam Jampa, Ken Richardson and Andrew Tie have left the current edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). They are returning to their home country Australia for personal reasons. Adam Jampa and Ken Richardson were playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Andrew Tie was in the squad of Mustafizur Rahman’s team Rajasthan Royals.

This year’s IPL is going on without spectators due to coronavirus. Corona has taken horrible forms in India. Coronavirus has so far identified 1,63,600 people in the country and killed 1,95,116 people. In the last 24 hours, three lakh 54 thousand 531 people have been identified as infected with coronavirus and two thousand 606 people have died.

In the epidemic, India’s star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has left the IPL team Delhi Capitals and rushed to his family members. Although personal reasons have been given for leaving the country, the idea is why Richardson and Adam Jampa left India because of Corona. Before them, Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Andrew Tie has left India.

South African national cricket team all-rounder Byron Fortune has converted to Islam. Fortune itself has confirmed the matter. Multiple stories have been shared on his Instagram account.

According to South African media reports, Fortune converted to Islam during the holy month of Ramadan. Fortune’s name is now Imad, having converted to Islam. It is known that he converted to Islam of his own free will. His wife was already a follower of Islam. Fortune’s wife’s name is Michelle Essen.

Fortune is receiving congratulatory messages from all over for converting to Islam. Congratulations to Khadija Shamsio, wife of her teammate Tarbaiz Shamsi, for sharing photos of Fortune and Miss Essen.

Fortune made his international cricket debut in September 2019. He has played 6 T20 matches in the national team jersey so far. He has taken a total of 8 wickets with the ball and 35 runs in five innings with the bat. The 26-year-old cricketer played in the South Africa-Pakistan series this month.