New Delhi: Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Brijesh Patel on Tuesday said that after the league was postponed indefinitely after the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) exposed cases of Kovid-19 infection in a biologically safe environment. Will find a way to return the players. The league was announced to be suspended after Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals veteran spinner Amit Mishra were found to be Kovid-19 positive.
When asked about how the foreign players will go back, Brijesh said that we need to send them home and we will find a way to do that. "Foreign players associated with this breathtaking league are worried about returning to their countries because India Many countries have imposed travel restrictions due to the outbreak of deadly epidemics in India. The BCCI has earlier also assured the safe return of foreign players.
A few days ago Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that his country's cricketers have no problem traveling in his chartered plane that will take players from India, New Zealand and England to the UK after the IPL. India and New Zealand are scheduled to play the final of the World Test Championship from June 18 and were to leave for England after the IPL ends. Apart from Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji on Monday, Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakraborty were also found positive.