The International Cricket Council has declared that the 2021 Men’s T20 World Cup has been moved to the UAE and Oman.
India had to host the tournament. That is scheduled between seventeenth October to November fourteenth.
BCCI will still host competition. But not on its home ground. Last tournament was held in 2016. West indies beat England in last tournament.
Remarks Of Acting ICC CEO Geoff Allardice on T20 World Cup 2021
Acting ICC CEO Geoff Allardice said that our need is to convey the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 securely.
He further added that while we are inconceivably disillusioned not to have the occasion in India. But this choice gives us the assurance we need to arrange the occasion in a country.
That is a demonstrated global host of multi-group occasions in a bio-secure climate. “Yes, the BCCI, during the ICC board meeting, has formally asked for a four-week window to take a final call but, internally, they have said that they would like to keep the hosting rights and wouldn’t mind the tournament being held in UAE and Oman,” a senior board official, privy to ICC board developments, told PTI on the condition of anonymity.
We will work intimately with the BCCI, the Emirates Cricket Board, and Oman Cricket to guarantee fans can appreciate a brilliant festival of cricket.
Comments Of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly
Then again, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that The BCCI is anticipating facilitating the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 competition in UAE and Oman. There would have been more joyful facilitating it in India. Yet considering the vulnerability because of the Covid 19 circumstance.
And the significance of a big showdown, the BCCI will presently keep on facilitating this competition in UAE and Oman. The BCCI is anticipating making a scene.