IPL 2021 Suspended: Foreign Stars gets emotional on social media

IPL 2021 Suspended: Foreign Stars gets emotional on social media
IPL 2021 Suspended: Foreign Stars gets emotional on social media

IPL 2021 Suspended: Foreign Stars gets emotional on social media- The Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday took the much-needed decision to postpone the IPL 2021 amid the rising cases of COVID-19 in India. As the league gets postponed many foreign, as well as Indian cricketers and support staff, began their journey back home. Many cricketers wrote emotional posts on social media post-IPL 2021 suspension.

Expressing his opinion on the current situation Rajasthan Royals’ opening batsman Jos Buttler took to Twitter and wrote, “India is a special country going through a very difficult time. Thank you for welcoming me and my family like you always do. Please stay safe and look after yourselves.”

Delhi Capitals’ pacer Kagiso wrote on Instagram,” A real pity the @iplt20 had to come to an end so early. As always I have enjoyed being apart of the @delhicapitals environment, my home in India! I hope everyone everyone keeps safe. Until next time.”

 

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Former cricketer now coach, commentator & administrator Tom Moody said, “To those who are suffering my heart is filled with love for you and your families, I pray for your safety and well-being. Please do what you can to stay at home and be safe. Thank you for your kind support and warm hospitality once again, until we meet again, take care.”

Cricket commentator Simon Doull wrote on Twitter,” Dear India, You have given me so much over so many years and I am sorry to be leaving you in such trying times. To those who are suffering my heart go’s out to you and your families. Please do what you can to stay safe. Until next time take care. #india #cricket #love.”

Meanwhile, eight Englishman have already landed in London while members of the Australian cricket fraternity are expected to fly to the Maldives before heading home to Australia.