IPL 2021: Pat Cummins feels at the end tournament no solution for COVID-19 second wave in India

There has been a debate about whether or not the IPL should further if India is facing a major health crisis than thousands of people are dying of the virus.

While some feel it should no further, one section thinks it was a happy distraction.

“I don’t think quitting the IPL die Answer is, “said the 27thyear-old said in an interview with news Channel WION.

“We are doing everything we can to achieve this sure We don’t take resources out of die Front line. I don’t think so (it is die Solution).

“Of course there is one aspect that playing each night for three four hours hopefully contributes to that people stay home like it was a hard routine for you and we can help they come through every day, “he said.

Cummins continued and looked at this second Wave groups were formed in Australia to help the country.

“People in Australia would also like to help So let’s plan it set up something there to die Direct resources to a charity over here die world number one Test Bowler said.

Asked about his decision To donate to the PM CARES Fund, Cummins said, “Just chat with a few of guys here at Kolkata Knight Riders and they have been really generous in your donation to the PM CARES fund over the last year. (Team owner and Bollywood superstar) Shahrukh (Khan) donated (money) yourself and that is die way walk.”

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