Can have closed door matches after 6 months, situation not right now: Waqar Younis

   By Power Corridors ,  06-Apr-2020
Can have closed door matches after 6 months, situation not right now: Waqar Younis

Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis said that holding closed door matches very soon would not be a good idea and people should wait for things to get normal in the world.

Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis on Monday said he is not in favour of cricket resuming before empty stadiums amid the COVID-19 pandemic as he feels the desperate plan would end up creating more problems while the world battles a worsening health crisis.

During a video conference with journalists on Monday, Waqar said there shouldn't be any cricket at the moment.The COVID-19 pandemic has caused nearly 70,000 deaths so far globally.

"No I don't agree with this suggestion that cricket activities should resume soon even before empty stadiums," he said.

Some former cricket stars and officials of cricket boards have said that the game can resume slowly and matches can be held in front of empty stadiums with the proper precautions in place for teams, officials and other ground staff.






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