Labuschagne Expecting lots of Cricket After Coronavirus Crisis Over

Labuschagne Expecting lots of Cricket After Coronavirus Crisis Over

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and cricket activity shutdown have halted throughout the world, many cricket boards facing Finacial instability in the near future if cricket does not resume in the coming days, creating a financial crisis for plenty of organizations weaving from significant cuts to revenue. Cricket’s calendar was already strangely stuffed. Labuschagne’s 1114-runs for Glamorgan earned him an invitation to the Australian team selection trial, where he impressed selectors adequately to earn a spot in the last year Ashes squad and a chance to step up as Steve Smith’s (after Ball-tampering ban) concussion substitute at Lord’s cricket ground. and later on, the 25-year-old batsman ended up scoring 1249 Test runs at an average of (83.26) and earned lots of recognition and appreciation from the God of Cricket Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, and Indian skipper Virat Kohli and from cricket fraternity across the world.

Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne says:

It’s very sad, I really enjoyed it last year. I loved Glamorgan, hence why I signed a two-year extension. It’s disappointing to see them and England cricket in trouble. It’s our responsibility, cricket on the whole, to make sure once this period is over that we get games on television and get the sport started again. We need to support each other.

There is going to be a lot of tours that will need to be made up. There’s going to be a whole heap of cricket in a very short time frame. We’ll be making up for missed time, that schedule is just going to be packed. It’s going to be a bit different to what we’re used to. We’re going to have to be ready coming out of this break to play heaps and heaps of cricket.

Earlier he said:

All church is now online, I’m doing my best to stay involved and stay in touch, with family and the rest of the community. Isolation has been tough. It’s been tough for everyone hasn’t it? I’m quite lucky I have two of my best mates living with me at the moment, I’m very thankful for that. The key is to use this time wisely. It’s not a good situation. But you can use the time and invest in people and conversations with people, just checking in and making sure they’re doing alright. Just to be involved in the Ashes was very special and getting to play at Lord’s was a pretty significant moment, something I’ll never forget.

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