Advice not to spit on cricket ball.The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) has suggested not to spit on cricket.
The suggestion came ahead of the match between hosts India and South Africa on Thursday March 12.
Before bowling, pace bowlers spit in trousers to glitter the ball, which helps swing the ball.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the pacer of the Indian cricket team, said in this regard, “It is the fault of the bowler to play cricket, but if it is not spit on the spit, it can happen.”
He added that what the doctors of the Indian cricket team would say in the end would be the final decision.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar spoke at a press conference before the series began.
However, no specific decision has been made so far from the International Cricket Council or any other board as to whether it can be spit or not. India’s Cricket Regulatory Agency has issued a statement for all cricketers, team support staff, state agencies on coronavirus.
However, here are the suggestions from the World Health Organization and the Indian Ministry of Health. Notable among them is the avoidance of shaking hands with cricketers and taking selfies with unfamiliar phones. The board is giving more importance to this since there is a madness in cricket in India and the fans want to get in touch with the cricketers.
So far, 67 corona patients have been identified in India; Although most of them are tourists from Europe.
News Room, March 12,2020