On Tuesday, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season was suspended indefinitely attributable to a rising variety of Covid-19 circumstances and now the Mumbai Indians pacer has returned house.
“My coronary heart goes out to the folks of India, whereas I’m unhappy to be leaving the @mumbaiindians household and see the IPL come to an finish, none of that compares to the struggling many individuals are going via proper now. India is a spot that has given me a lot as a cricketer and individual. I’ve at all times deeply appreciated the help that I’ve acquired from my Indian followers. This can be a tragic time and I hope issues can enhance quickly. I stay up for returning to this stunning nation after I can,” Boult wrote on Instagram.
“Thanks once more to the @mumbaiindians for getting us all house and going above and past to make sure well being and security was the precedence for all the gamers and households. Please take care, take care of each other and keep sturdy,” he added.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) coach Stephen Fleming and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) head coach Brendon McCullum had been among the many second lot of cricketers that arrived in New Zealand following the postponement of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.
In line with stuff.co.nz, McCullum and Fleming together with Lockie Ferguson, umpire Chris Gaffaney and commentators Simon Doull and Scott Styris, arrived in Auckland at round 6 pm on Sunday (native time).
The New Zealand contingent got here through Tokyo after IPL 2021 was suspended on Tuesday amid the rising circumstances of COVID-19 in India. On Saturday, pacer Trent Boult, Adam Milne, Finn Allen, and Jimmy Neesham had been a part of the primary lot of cricketers that arrived in New Zealand.