Due to concern of the quick spreading corona virus all over the world, after England, now South African gamers have additionally determined to keep away from becoming a member of arms. That is, the Proteas cricketers is not going to be a part of arms with any Indian participant within the ODI sequence beginning on March 12 in India.
According to the report, to date 43 instances of corona virus have been reported in India and the South African group reached India on Monday morning for the three-match sequence. South African coach Mark Boucher stated the group would observe all health-related protocols.
During the press convention held earlier than leaving for India, Boucher stated, "As far as the joining of hands is concerned, I feel that given the concern, I think the players will do whatever is needed to save them."
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Boucher made it clear that his gamers' choice to not be a part of arms shouldn’t be linked in any option to insulting the opposition group, it’s only and solely associated to well being. <! –
The former South African wicketkeeper stated, "I believe it's not in regards to the honor of the gamers. We have safety officers with us and if there’s a concern about well being, we are going to inform them and observe the directions that shall be given. If they thought it was harmful to take action, we might keep away from becoming a member of arms. ''