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Former Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) lashed out on the BCCI officer for humiliating the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The BCCI official stated that he didn’t desire a event like IPL to grow to be just like the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

IPL won’t be able to start out as per its schedule on March 29 amid growing circumstances of an infection of Coronavirus (C0r0navirus). The Indian authorities has banned individuals coming from overseas until April 15. In such a scenario, it’s not attainable for overseas gamers to enter India. The BCCI has postponed the IPL until April 15. <! –

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Questions have been arising that’s it attainable to arrange IPL with out overseas gamers. Reacting to this, a BCCI official in contrast the IPL to the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Sunil Gavaskar whereas looking for this BCCI official stated, "The level of the game is not bad. It is the responsibility of the BCCI not to let the level of the game go down. His statement is totally nonsense and insensitive."

Gavaskar requested that if the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy is such a nasty event then why does the BCCI arrange it. "It also needs to be defined as to why the Mushtak Ali Trophy is a poor event. Not as a result of overseas gamers play in it or as a result of the cricketers who play in India's nationwide crew don’t take part in it. It is just a matter of creating the annual occasion correctly is.

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