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Brendon McCullum Shared A Heart-Warming Tweet For Fans After Sporting Events Get Called-Off

Former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has shared a heartwarming tweet for all the sports-loving fans amid the Coronavirus outbreak. As the entertainment arena has come to a standstill because of the pandemic of COVID-19, many sports-based events and tournaments have also been affected directly by the Coronavirus scare.

The richest league in the world – Indian Premier League, that was slated to start from March 29, was suspended till April 29. Besides this, bilateral series between India and South Africa, and Australia and Nw Zealand, have also been postponed.

Cricketers and other sportspersons have been advised to remain indoors and apply all the protective measures to keep themselves safe from the dangerous virus, which has led to more than 8,000 deaths so far and has infected over 2 lakh people around the world.

The virus has ruined all the fun which was expected from this year, and the fans are very disappointed because of how most-awaited tournaments and series have been canceled and postponed.

Brendon McCullum took to his micro-blogging site Twitter and expressed that his thoughts are with all those around the world. In his tweet, he wrote how the people around the world are economically and medically challenged like never before. He also wrote that we all will find a way and sport will rise again. He wrote:

Thoughts with all those around the World right now. Sport will rise again in time but for now it’s about everyone staying safe and finding a way through. Medically and economically we are being challenged more than our generation has ever been before but we will find a way. 🙏🏼”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Apart from the cricket tournament, a number of other sporting events including the Euro Cup 2020, the French Open among many others have also been postponed because of the Coronavirus situation.

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