Former Pakistani quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar described taking part in cricket in an empty stadium as being married with out a bride. In reality, Kovid-19 is discovering choices to arrange cricket board matches all over the world throughout lockdowns applied to forestall the epidemic, together with, above all- organizing in an empty stadium with out spectators.
However, the previous cricketer believes that taking part in cricket in an empty stadium is not going to convey a lot thrill and advertising it is going to be troublesome.
Akhtar informed the Halo Live session, "Playing cricket in an empty stadium might be straightforward and sturdy for the cricket board. <! –
But I don't assume we are able to promote it. Playing cricket in an empty stadium is sort of a wedding ceremony with out a bride. We want a crowd to play the sport. I count on the corona scenario to return to regular inside a yr. "
Akhtar was unhappy when he missed Sachin's century
Akhtar additionally stated that he was saddened by the dismissal of Sachin Tendulkar within the 2003 World Cup. Sachin missed out on a two-run century, although India received the match by six wickets. Sachin scored 12 fours and a six in his innings of 98 off 75 balls.
He stated, "I was very sad because Sachin was out for 98. It was a very special innings and he should score a century. I wanted him to score a century. I would have enjoyed it if he had hit a six on that bouncer. That they did before. "