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Pakistan cricketer Basit Ali revealed the decision to postpone the T20 WC was delayed due to the ex-ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar

July 23, 2020

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Durba

The global cricket board, fans know it as International Cricket Council (ICC). With the ongoing situation of covid-19, ICC has cancelled T20 World Cup. This has been announced this week. The choice came after a few gatherings considerably after Cricket Australia (CA) had cleared; facilitating the uber occasion would be unreasonable for them in current conditions. Be that as it may, previous Pakistan cricketer Basit Ali has now uncovered; the choice to defer the T20 WC was postponed because of the ex-ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar.

As per him, Shashank didn't need the Indian Premier League (IPL) to occur this year. The T20 spectacle was expected to initiate in March this year just for the COVID-19 pandemic to suspend it until further notification. The BCCI was then searching for a window to compose the money rich alliance; later in the year and it made simply after the T20 World Cup was deferred.

Many are currently focusing on the Indian board for constraining the ICC to delay the occasion. Be that as it may, if Basit Ali is to be accepted, the BCCI isn't at the deficiency as it was Shashank Manohar; who deferred the choice as he was against the IPL occurring instead of the WC.

BCCI is being unfairly blamed for the T20 World Cup not going ahead this year, says Basit Ali

Basit Ali additionally said that the BCCI is as a rule unreasonably accused for the T20 World Cup not proceeding this year. Yet, he at that point looked for the consideration; towards CA's prior of not having the option to organize the competition. The 49-year-old additionally proceeded to state that very few know about what occurred behind the shut entryways in the ICC meeting.

In addition, the ICC's ultimate conclusion on the T20 World Cup; additionally came after Shashank Manohar chose to resign from his job prior this month.

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