It is reported that Chennai Super Kings’ captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has delayed his return to his home City of Ranchi like him wanted All of his CSK teammates have to leave first.
According to The Indian Express Report, die 39-year-old former India captain informed the franchise and all of its teammates during one virtual Meet that he will be the one last Person too board the flight back home.
Dhoni apparently wanted the franchise to send everyone safely overseas players in the CSK squad to theirs countries first in a charter flight followed by a domestic flight players. The entire CSK squad was stationed in New Delhi, as die Biosecure bubble has been breached with players and support Employees started testing positive. Three of CSK is non-playing members, including bowling coach L Balaji, tested positive for the deadly Virus earlier this week.
A member of CSK was quoted by The Indian Express when he said, “Mahibhai said he will be that last Person, die leaves the hotel. He wanted Alien to leave first, then the Indian players. He’ll take that last Flight tomorrow, when all of them reach theirs home Secured and loaded. “
CSK reportedly organized a ten-seat charter flight for it is players from Delhi. The Indian players were sent to Rajkot and Mumbai in in the morning during the players from Bengaluru and Chennai were dropped in the evening. Dhoni should fly on Thursday evening for Ranchi.
England players Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Sam Billings, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali and Jason Roy all boarded a flight that in Heathrow landed on Wednesday (May 5th).
They need to be quarantined in government-approved hotels for the next 10 days. The remaining three England players who were on duty – Eoin Morgan, Dawid Malan and Chris Jordan – are expected to leave India within the US next 48 hours.
Meanwhile were die Australian cricketer involved in the tournament, become soon fly up die Maldives in take a charter flight and wait there for Australia to open its borders to receive them official said. The 38-strong Australian contingent, players, coaches, referees and commentators decided to wait in the island nation up die Borders are reopened.
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