Cricket Board of India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah said that the board is committed to safe and healthy hosting of the ICC T20 World Cup next year and it will leave no stone unturned for this. Before India, the ICC T20 World Cup was scheduled to be held in Australia in October-November this year but it was postponed to 2022 due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.
However, it did not have any impact on the proposed T20 World Cup in 2021 in India and it will be held in October-November according to the schedule. In a statement issued from the ICC (International Cricket Council), Shah said, “BCCI will spare no effort in ensuring that the health and safety of all are taken care of for this tournament.”
BCCI Secretary said – will get an atmosphere like home
The board secretary promised that all the teams coming for the World Cup will get a fantastic hospitality experience in India. He said, “We are determined to provide a great experience of watching cricket. I would like to assure the ICC and the member boards that India is known for its excellent hospitality. Here you will feel like a home.
He assured that in this unprecedented time and challenging circumstances, the BCCI will make every effort to adapt and adapt itself. This is the seventh season of the T20 World Cup, which is making a comeback of this tournament on Indian soil after five years. This will be the first global event of cricket after the Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia earlier this year.
Ganguly said, eager to play the role of administrator
It would be a different challenge for Sourav Ganguly, who has played in many international tournaments as a player and captain, as an administrator as board president. He said, “I have enjoyed participating in ICC tournaments as a player. I know from my experience that it has a great atmosphere and every match is watched by millions of fans from all over the world.
He said, “Now I am eager to play my role as an administrator as we are ready to host the prestigious tournament.” Is working towards He said, “Our focus will be on organizing a safe tournament, which fans from all over the world will enjoy.”
This time 16 teams will participate
He congratulated the BCCI on the successful conduct of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the UAE, saying, “We applaud the BCCI, the teams and the Emirates Cricket Board for successfully and safely managing the Indian Premier League.” We will learn from this and other cricket events held in other countries. , Papua New Guinea and Scotland teams will participate.
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