Out-of-favour India batsman is spending his time amid Covid-19 lockdown by playing cricket in the corridors of his house. Raina’s return the cricketing field has been delayed as the IPL 2020 stands suspended until at least mid-April.
- Suresh Raina was seen playing gully cricket at home as IPL stands suspended
- The adorable video was shared by CSK on their Twitter handle
- IPL 2020 has been deferred until at least mid-April due to Covid-19 outbreak
The coronavirus outbreak has led to the suspension of IPL 2020 but that has not prevented Suresh Raina from getting his dose of cricket as the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) star batsman was seen playing the game with kids inside the house.
With the number of coronavirus cases rising in India, the country has been put under a 21-day lockdown until at least April 14 to prevent the spread of the virus. Thus, staying indoors, Raina was seen playing cricket in the corridors of his house, where his daughter Gracia donned the umpiring hat.
IPL franchise CSK shared the adorable video on their Twitter handle and captioned it, “Pure tit-for-tat gully cricket scenes in the household!”
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 6, 2020
As India continue to fight the Covid-19, Suresh Raina stepped up in the times of need and pledge a donation of Rs 52 lakh to combat novel coronavirus which has claimed over 110 lives in th country and has affected more than 4,000 people.
Raina said that he would be transferring Rs 31 lakh to Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situation Fund (PM-CARES Fund )and Rs 21 lakh to UP CM’s Disaster Relief Fund.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, IPL 2020 has been deferred until mid-April. The deadly virus that has taken lives of more than 60,000 people across the world has brought the sporting world to a standstill.