IPL will end if rules are broken says Virat Kholi
The IPL is being held in the United Arab Emirates this time as the situation in India has not improved. Virat Kohli warns his teammates to obey the rules because IPL will end if rules are broken. A tiny virus can enter anyone’s body at any time and can only spread if infected, so be careful throughout the camp. The franchises are so cautious that the owners are more concerned with security than even the IPL trophy. This time Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli also gave a warning.
All the players have to stay in the biosecure bubble with their respective teams. This year’s IPL will run from September 19 to November 10. Players do not have a chance to get out of the bio-secure bubble until the end of the entire tournament. In a virtual meeting of his team Royal Challengers Bangalore, the captain of the team Kohli said that the cricketers should be very careful about this rule.
Bangalore held a virtual meeting on Monday before preparations for the tournament began. In it, Kohli spoke at length about the strict hygiene rules for coronavirus, warning his teammates, “Everyone has to follow the instructions we have been given.” I hope everyone stays together in this regard. No concessions should be made in this regard. The whole tournament can be ruined even if someone forgets a little bit. ‘
He added, ‘None of us wants that. We need to understand what needs to be done to maintain the bio-secure bubble. I can’t wait for the first practice session. We are all looking forward to it. We have to be careful as a team from the very first day.