Sourav Ganguly said Indian players were “totally scared” after the team’s physiotherapy was positive in Manchester.© AFP
Former Indian captain and current President of the Indian Cricket Commission (BCCI), Sulove Gangley, said the cancellation of the fifth test between India and England following the outbreak of Covid on the Indian team’s delegation. I expressed my opinion. Many speculated that the resumption of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2021 was involved in the cancellation of the Manchester test match, but the BCCI president said that IPL had nothing to do with the decision. I made it clear. Talking to The Telegraph, BCCI’s president said he “refused to play” after Indian players were afraid of being infected with Covid and had a positive physiotherapy Yogash Parmar.
“No, no, BCCI will never be an irresponsible committee. We value other committees as well,” Gangley said IPL played a role in telegraph’s cancellation of its fifth test. He was told he said when asked if he was.
A former Indian captain said Indian players were “totally scared” about getting sick after the team’s second physiotherapy was tested positive.
“The players refused to play, but you can’t blame them. Physio Yogesh Palmer had a very close relationship with the players. He was the only one after Nitin Patel was isolated. Being a player, freely mixing with the players and performing COVID-19. He was also giving them a massage, he was part of their daily life …. they he The player was devastated when he learned that he was positive for COVID-19, “Ganguly said.
“They were dead and scared, fearing they might have been ill. It’s not easy to stay in the bubble. Of course, you have to respect their feelings,” he added.
Hours before Toss at Old Trafford, the ECB issued a statement stating that the fifth test match was canceled because “India unfortunately cannot fight the team.”
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