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The most expensive foreign player of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Pat Cummins, said that he is keen to play in this T20 tournament without an audience as it will create a sense of normalcy in people around the world affected by the Kovid-19 epidemic.
The IPL was scheduled to begin in Mumbai from March 29 as per the pre-scheduled schedule, but the T20 tournament was postponed to April 15 due to the epidemic that has killed more than 95 thousand people worldwide.
Cummins was asked if he would support organizing matches without an audience, he told the BBC, “Definitely.” I will support everything in which it is possible to organize these big tournaments safely. ‘
Cummins was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 15.5 crore, making him the league’s most expensive foreign player. They hope that it will be a tournament but if it is organized soon, they will be surprised.
He said, “Whether we get sixes or wickets on every ball, which makes noise, we like to play in India seeing the atmosphere that is created there.”
Cummins said, “If it doesn’t happen then it will miss something, but if it is held without an audience, then I have no doubt that it will be a great tournament.” There should be health and safety.