Due to the tournament being organized in September, many teams of IPL can suffer. In fact, foreign players of many teams will not be available in September. In such a situation, many teams can be in trouble.
The BCCI has decided to organize the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League 2021 (IPL 2021) in the UAE. Due to Corona in India, the board took this decision in its recent meeting. It will be held in September. Although the BCCI has not yet released its schedule. Due to the tournament being organized in September, many teams of IPL can suffer. In fact, foreign players from many teams will not be available in September. In such a situation, many teams can be in trouble. Meanwhile, news of relief has come for Mumbai Indians. Team’s fast bowler Trent Boult says that he will take part in the second phase of IPL.
Trent Boult expressed his desire
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult, who played for Mumbai Indians in IPL, expressed his desire to play in the remaining matches of IPL in a press conference. He said that if given a chance, he would like to go to UAE for this. He also said that India is a beautiful place. There Bolt has felt a lot. He says that the fans and culture of India are all the best. However, he admitted that this time the situation was different. It was not noisy and people were missing from the streets. Bolt says that now that the IPL is going to be held in the UAE, he will definitely take part in it when given a chance.
Had a great performance in the last IPL
New Zealand’s left-arm fast bowler Trent Boult performed brilliantly in the UAE in the last season of IPL. Mumbai Indians became the champions in the last season. Talking about the performance of Trent Boult, he played 15 matches in IPL 2020 and took 25 wickets in them. At the same time, Trent Boult says that the tournament will be held in the UAE, where it was last held brilliantly.
What happened to Tim Seifert was disappointing
The tournament was postponed in IPL 2021 after several players and staff got infected. During this, New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Tim Seifert was also hit by the corona virus. In this regard, Trent Boult said that the cases of corona in India had increased suddenly. What happened to Tim Seifert was quite disappointing. Bolt said that Tim had become very disappointed. At the same time, he said that it was not known how and when we would reach home. That’s the risk with the game right now.