In a video posted by Mumbai Indians, Rohit tells Pietersen: “I don’t remember when was the last time I did housework. But I went cleaning and it took me around 2 hours. Cleaning the house is not easy man.”
The pandemic has put the world on a standstill, however Rohit is hoping that the Indian Premier League does happen this season and it will the truth is be the right platform for the gamers to coach with a watch on the World T20.
“Still looking forward, fingers crossed. At some stage, if things settle down, it should happen. We have got a few good additions to the squad like Chris Lynn, Trent Boult, Nathan Coulter-Nile. Boult is a good buy on a pitch like Wankhede with the swinging ball, I was looking forward to that. Along with Bumrah, he would have made a good combination,” he stated.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday introduced a 21-day lockdown within the nation to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. All sporting occasions have come to a halt and even the destiny of the 13th version of the Indian Premier League is hanging in steadiness with the federal government making it clear that the destiny of the IPL might be determined solely after it comes out with a recent advisory after April 15, retaining in thoughts the state of affairs close to the coronavirus outbreak.
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju reiterated that whereas it’s the BCCI which decides on cricketing issues, the pandemic is one thing which has a direct impact on the loves of the residents of the nation.
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