IPL News: Australian and Kolkata Knight Riders fast bowler Pat Cummins has given $ 50,000, or about Rs 37 lakh, to the ‘PM Cares Fund’ to supply oxygen to Indian hospitals. Cummins has set this example at a time when many players are preparing to leave the IPL. In particular, the return of Australian players can be strongly emphasized.
Pat Cummins tweeted and said- I have been coming to India for a few years and like this country. The people here are very warm. Many people are struggling with the virus, it hurts me to see it.
He wrote- Amidst the wave of Corona, questions are arising as to whether the IPL should be organized or not. I have found that the IPL is a happy moment in the midst of the lockdown imposed by the governments. In this difficult period, it can provide some relief to the countrymen.
IPL News: Tye left IPL in the middle
At the same time, Australia and Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Andrew Tye left the IPL in the midst of fears of entry into his country due to rising Corona cases in India, claiming that many of Australia’s cricketers can take this decision.
Tye said he took the decision due to increasing cases of segregation of people India from his hometown in Perth. Tye has not played a single match for the Royals yet and was bought for Rs 1 crore.
Tye told Sena Radio from Doha on Monday that there are many reasons for this but the main reason is that segregation cases have increased in hotels for people returning from India in Perth. The Perth government is trying to cut the number of people entering Western Australia.