IPL 2021: Referees Nitin Menon and Paul Reiffel move out

The PTI news Agency reported that Menon, a resident of Indore has left die IPL bio-bubble according to his wife and mother tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

ICC panel Referee Menon recently received praise for his work during India home series against England.

“Yes, nitin (menon) has left than his immediate family Members have COVID-19 and he isn’t currently in to lead a mental state games, “a board of directors of control for cricket in India (BCCI) official said.

In Reiffel’s case, it is believed that the Australian government’s decision impose a travel ban from India in the wake of the rising COVID-19 cases resulted in his quick departure.

Lots of Australians players recently moved to including Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson and Andrew Tye out of the tournament with reference to similar seasons.

Menon is that second Indian draw out of IPL 2021 after ace Indian off-Spinner Ravichandram Ashwin.

The Delhi Capitals Offie left home after all of his family Members tested positive for COVID-19.

Despite a flood of Extracts, die BCCI doesn’t have any plans to call off the tournament and said categorically that it will go schedule.

BCCI interim CEO Hemang Amin insured everything players and support Employee, die you remain for sure in die Bio bubble.

The PTI news Agency added that BCCI will likely replace Menon and Reiffel with two of his own pool of Referee.

The 2021 IPL that started on 9th April in Two Indian cities – Chennai and Mumbai – have now moved to Ahmedabad national Capital in New Delhi.

The final will take place at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on 30th May.

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