Corona postponed IPL indefinitely in India
New Delhi: The Indian Premier League (IPL) has not been quit in India due to the Corona virus.
India’s ICL has permanently infected more than a thousand people in India over the outbreak of the coronavirus. The decision to postpone IPL: Due to the spread of the virus in India, more than eleven thousand people have been affected due to Corona in India while 393 have been killed.
Earlier, there were announcements issued by the Indian Cricket Board that it had decided to come to the IPL matches beginning April 29 and later on April 15.
It should be remembered that former Australian captain Michael Clarke says that Virat Kohli and the Indian team have a gentle attitude in the process of securing IPL contract.
Michael Clarke said that was the reason for India’s defeat in the Test series at home ground last year.
He said that the huge amount of money received from the IPL is also the reason behind Virat Kohli and good relations with the Indian team.