Another foreign player came forward to help India
Mumbai: India is currently going through the worst situation due to corona virus infection. Corona is also affecting the sports world. The BCCI has postponed IPL 2021 till further orders. But players from home and abroad are constantly helping India in the fight against the corona virus.
Following the donations of Brett Lee and Pat Cummins, another Australian has now lent a helping hand to India. The player’s name is Jason Behrendorff. Like Cummins, Berendorf will donate to UNICEF Australia’s India Covid-19 Crisis Appeal. But he did not say how much he would pay.
In a tweet, Jason Behrendorf said, “Like most cricketers, India has always been a special place for me. It is a beautiful country and the people here always welcome you and playing cricket in India is different from any other experience in the world. What is happening in India is really scary and painful. ‘
He said, ‘I want to do something to help the UNICEF campaign for the Covid crisis in India. It is less than the love and friendship that India has given to me and my family over the years. But I hope the help will make a difference. ‘
The BCCI has been postponed due to IPL 2021 corona. Questions were being raised about playing IPL in the Corona crisis. Players were constantly withdrawing from IPL-14. Many players were not in favor of this tournament.