South Africa suspends all types of cricket for two months due to COVID-19

South Africa suspends all types of cricket for two months due to COVID-19
South Africa suspends all types of cricket for two months due to COVID-19
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Sports Desk- All games have been canceled or postponed due to Coronavirus outbreaks worldwide. The effect of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is most commonly seen in the game. Cricket South Africa (CSA) has decided to immediately end all forms of cricket in the country for the next 60 days.

After South Africa’s tour of India is canceled, she can no longer play any kind of match. After this decision, there will be no first-class, List-A, Provincial and Junior cricket tournaments in the country. Kovid-19 was declared a national disaster by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. In addition, Bangladesh has postponed the visit to Pakistan indefinitely. The two were to have 1 ODI and one Test from April 1.

Not only this, Australian cricketer Chris Lynn withdrew from the Pakistan Super League (PSL) due to Coronavirus. He returned to his country on Monday. On Friday, 9 players left the PSL. The 6 teams of PSL have 122 Pakistanis and 34 foreign players. The final of PSL will be played on 22 March. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has also postponed the Pakistan Cup ODI tournament. It was to be from 24 March.

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