The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is receiving many congratulations and congratulations for the smooth conduct of the just concluded 13th. Indian Premier League (IPL 2020). The Board of India and other officials have done a commendable job of organizing spectacular events such as the IPL despite the challenges posed by the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
After hosting the IPL, the BCCI now hopes to host the 2021 edition of the ICC T20 World Cup in October-November next year. Australia was supposed to host the T20 World Cup this year, however, it will now host the 2022 T20 World Cup.
This will be the first time that the BCCI will play the role of a host for any ICC event after the 2016 T20 World Cup in India. Interacting with ESPNcricinfo, Chief Executive Officer of International Cricket Council (ICC) Manu Sahni said that the ICC is learning from the BCCI how to run a tournament like IPL smoothly. He is also hopeful that by 2021 T20 World Cup, conditions will be normal in India and fans will be allowed to visit stadiums.
“We are really excited about taking the tournament back to India after 2016. We are working closely with the BCCI to have a stellar tournament together – and most importantly, a safe and secure one, and One is that the ICC chief executive crossed the fans that the globe itself can come and enjoy.
He said, “We have seen all the teachings from various boards that have just taken some cricket together, especially the Dream 11 IPL, which I think is very much in terms of putting together a tournament of this scale. Well done, ”added Manu.
Jai Shah decides to host T20 World Cup in 2021
BCCI Secretary J. Shah also considered hosting the marquee event to be held next year. Shah said that the board is firm on providing a rich experience to the players of the ICC and all other countries.
“The BCCI will leave no stone unturned to ensure that the health and safety of everyone is taken care of in this showpiece event. While we are determined to provide a rich cricket-watching experience, I would like to assure the ICC and member boards that India is known for its warm hospitality and we will make you feel at home, ”said Shah
“In this time of epidemic, when there are severe restrictions, BCCI believes in a policy of innovation and adaptation, and I believe we will overcome every challenge,” he concluded.