Indian Cricket Captain Virat Kohli thinks that it may be possible that the cricket match will be played in the empty stadium once the Covid-19 situation is over. The different Cricket control boards in the world are now thinking to start the game in the stadium without the fans.
Kohli said, “it may be possible. I don’t know what everyone thinks about it because we are too fond to play infront of the crazy fans out there. I know the matches will be played with the great integrity but it would be the other experience to play in front of the fans who cheer for you every moment in the game. The whole stress that is going around the game and that could also be felt while sitting in the house during the game, that feelings will not be there at that time. Things will go on but i’m a bit skeptical that anyone can feel that magic that is created in the stadium by the fans. We will play the cricket like always but the magic moment will not be there and it will be really hard to bring it back again.
The World Cup Cannot be Possible: Warner
Australian opener David Warner said that the to be played T20 World Cup can not be possible in October-November due to the current situation in the world. Warner was in the Instagram chat with the Indian Hit man Rohit Sharma and was a bit skeptical about the coming world cup. He said, the 16 teams cannot be brought back due to this virus. ICC hasn’t made any official decision yet. According to Rohit, India will have a tour of Australia just after the World Cup and it will be a great opportunity to start with the International Calendar again.