May 9, 2021


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Flight closed, 30 IPL cricketers in distress

Considering the deadly coronavirus, the Australian government has announced that all air services with India will be suspended till May 15. Andrew Tie, Adam Zampa and Ken Richardson have already returned to the country thinking of such a possibility. There are still 30 more people associated with the IPL. They have fallen into a new uncertainty.Following a meeting of the country’s security committee on Tuesday (April 26th) morning, it was decided to suspend all air links with India. As a result, David Warner and Steven Smith are unlikely to return home on commercial flights.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison told the media: “We believe there has been a great deal of infection in India. With the latest steps taken in Parliament, we have announced a new suspension of direct flights to India till May 15. ‘

Cricket Australia on Monday asked the cricketers to announce their plans. Aussie opener Chris Lin has suggested that all their cricketers be flown back to Desge on a special flight. In addition, a number of Australian cricketers have expressed satisfaction with the IPL’s bio-safety zone.

Meanwhile, Mark McGowan, the head of the Western Australian government, took a hand from the cricketers participating in the IPL. The lockdown in Western Australia ended yesterday. Coronary infections are no longer available at the community level. However, he claimed that the quarantine system for returnees to India was becoming fragile.

“We are in the midst of an epidemic,” McGowan said. India is now the epicenter of death and destruction. I don’t think there is any reason to go to India now. There is a lot of pressure on our quarantine system for people from India. I wonder why people are going there in the last few months. For a wedding, for a funeral, or for a game, or whatever. I don’t think any of it is necessary. ‘

Virat Kohli is one of the players in the Indian cricket team. After losing to Chennai Super Kings in this year’s IPL, he has been fined a large amount for slow match management.

MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings climbed to the top of the points table on Sunday (April 25) with an all-round performance by Rabindra Jadeja in Mumbai, beating Bangalore by 69 runs.

And not only the rate in that match, the RCB captain also had to count the fines. Again, counting 12 lakh rupees! Which is more than 13 lakh in Bangladeshi currency.

Kohli is being punished for his slow bowling against Chennai. However, this is not the first time Kohli has been fined in the IPL. Earlier, match fees of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Rohit Sharma and Eoin Morgan were cut.

Kohli, captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore, has been fined for slow over rate against Chennai, IPL authorities said in a statement. As a rule, the captain has to finish an innings within 90 minutes. But Kohli took more time on Sunday. Whose fee is 12 lakh rupees.

For now, Kohli will have to be satisfied with 12 lakhs. Because as a rule, this is the first offense of Kohli’s team. If he commits the same crime again, the Bangalore captain will have to pay a fine of Rs 24 lakh. If he does it again, not only will he be fined Rs 24 lakh, but Kohli will have to be deported for one match.

Not only that; The captain as well as the rest of the team will suffer. Their match fee will be reduced by 25 per cent or Rs 6 lakh. Kohli’s RCB is third in the IPL points table after the loss against Chennai on Sunday. On the other hand, Chennai is at the top of the points table.