Cricket: Sri Lanka vs India 2nd T20I postponed after Krunal Pandya exams optimistic for COVID-19

The 2nd T20I match of India’s go to via Sri Lanka is ready to be rescheduled following a optimistic case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) within the Indian cricket crew, confirmed Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) in a tweet.

India’s cricket board additional knowledgeable that the whole contingent is present process RT-PCR exams right now to determine any additional outbreak within the squad. 

“Following the Fast Antigen Assessments performed forward of the match on Tuesday morning, Group India all-rounder Krunal Pandya was discovered to be optimistic. The Medical Groups have recognized eight members as shut contacts,” learn a media advisory as revealed by BCCI. 

The second T20 worldwide match between Sri Lanka vs India at Colombo’s Premadasa Stadium tonight (July 27) has been halted after Pandya examined optimistic for COVID. The match will now be performed on Wednesday.

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The Coronavirus gave an unprecedented shock to cricket followers who had been ready for the second T20 match between Sri Lanka and India.

All-rounder Krunal Pandya examined optimistic for COVID. With this, the organisers determined to postpone right now’s match to Wednesday.

The 2nd T20I of three-match sequence, which was scheduled to begin right now is presently liable to be rescheduled for twenty eighth i.e. tomorrow. 

The Indian crew received the primary T20 match by 38 runs. Krunal Pandya, who took one wicket for 16 runs within the first T20I, bowled three runs off three balls.

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