After sealing the ODI Series now Men In Blue is totally dominating the Lankans in their own den. The youngsters has been outstanding in each and every manner and took Lankans too in a very destructive manner.
In the 1st T20I also India has been outshone the hosts easily with their every department. The visitors are looking to seal the series with another win in the 2nd T20I but a bad news has been struck in the international match campaign.
According to the Outlook Web Bureau, it has been stated that one of the star Indian All rounder has been tested covid positive ahead 2nd T20I against Sri-Lanka and that’s none other than Krunal Pandya.
The second T20 worldwide match between Sri Lanka versus India at Colombo’s PremadasaStadium this evening has been stopped after Krunal Pandya tested positive for COVID today. The match will be played on Wednesday. (More Cricket News)
India are driving the three-match series after a decided 38-run win in the initial game on Sunday. Krunal Pandya took 1 for 16 in his two overs in the principal game.
Sri–Lanka presently should win on Wednesday to remain alive in the CoinDCX Cup, the first run through an organisation managing digital currency and bitcoins is supporting a significant cricket series in the sub-mainland.
This will be a great opportunity for young talented players to explore themselves which can eventually keep them in the contention list for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2021.
Rahul Dravid as a mentor been a excellent and been commendable in every approach. On the other hand Virat Kohli will be looking to watch out young talented players to dynamic for this shortest format.
8 India players has been tested Negative
Though the BCCI hasn’t yet officially revealed the names of the 8 players who have been deemed as close contacts of Krunal, Insidesport and one or two more media reports have claimed that Shaw and Suryakumar are among those players and hence their travel plans to the United Kingdom could now be in jeopardy.
Fresh Covid-19 tests were conducted of all the eight players after Krunal’s test report came positive. Though all eight players have been tested negative in the first round of tests, the danger hasn’t been fully averted yet. The players will reportedly not be a part of the remaining two matches of the Sri Lanka series – to be held on Wednesday and Thursday – and the team management will have to rely on the reserve players.
Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan, opener Devdutt Padikkal and off-spinner Krishnappa Gowtham are some of players.
Despite 8 close contacts of Krunal Pandya testing negative for Covid in the fresh round of RT-PCR test, all of them have been ruled out of the remaining two matches of the T20 series, set to conclude on July 29.