Corona epidemic havoc now(IPL 2021) has also created a crisis. Due to this, the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and KKR (RCB vs KKR) on Monday had to be postponed. Such a decision was taken after 2 players were found to be corona infected before the match. Meanwhile, big news is coming about Delhi Capitals.
BCCI gave this order to Delhi
Actually Kolkata Knight Riders played their 6th match with Delhi on 25 April. Since then, KKR has not met any team. Whereas Delhi played the last match against Punjab Kings on 29 April under the leadership of Rishabh Pant. However Kolkata had to play their 7th match against RCB on 3 May. But, after the reports of Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier came positive, the match was postponed.
After the Corona report of these two players came positive, there has been a stir among the French. At the same time, trouble has also arisen for the Delhi team. Because, in the match where these two teams faced each other, Varun Chakraborty was a part of Playing 11. In such a situation, now the BCCI has asked the entire team of Delhi Capitals to be quarantined.
Delhi Capitals official gave information
In this regard, an official of Delhi Capitals said that while interacting with Cricbuzz,
‘We played our last match against KKR. That is why, we have been advised to be quarantined and we are all in isolation. We are all inside our respective rooms.
Now after this news comes to the fore, now such questions have also started to arise in the minds of people that, how long all the players of Delhi will have to stay in the quarantine? Because so far no official information has been given about it. But, it is certain that on May 4, the team of Delhi will not be part of the practice session at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium.
Corona report of 2 members of Chennai came positive
It was only after Varun and Sandeep’s corona report came out that it was decided to postpone the match between RCB and KKR. Shortly after this news, the corona report of 2 members of Chennai Super Kings team also came positive.