India fast-bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar feels the International Cricket Council (ICC) must give you another method for gamers to shine the ball as using saliva has been banned within the wake of coronavirus pandemic.
Saliva ban on match ball has been some of the talked-about laws that has been imposed by the ICC trying on the virus risk.
Bhuvneshwar stated that bowlers must shine the ball so as to make it transfer round so the worldwide cricket physique has to give you an answer in order that gamers can nonetheless shine the ball with out utilizing saliva.
“I hope the ICC comes up with some artificial way by which we can shine the ball. You need to do it when you bowl in swinging conditions in (places like) England. Even the spinners need it,” Bhuvneshwar stated at a webinar organised by GainAccess Sports & Entertainment and Sportz Power.
Bhuvneshwar additionally spoke concerning the 13th version of the Indian Premier League, which stays suspended indefinitely as a result of coronavirus pandemic. It was initially slated to be start on March 29.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) remains to be trying to host the event this yr and if the T20 World Cup, at present scheduled to be performed in October-November in Australia later this yr, will get cancelled because of the pandemic then that window may very well be utilized by the Indian cricket board for the cash-rich league.
“The IPL must happen. The tournament is important for both cricketing and financial reasons,” Bhuvneshwar stated.