South Africa spinner says matches without spectators will be strange
South Africa spinner Imran Tahir has said that organising cricket fixtures behind closed doors will be strange but feels that is an inevitability that everyone needs to get used to.
“It will be strange nonetheless,” he said while speaking in Lahore. “But it has to be done if we are to resume the game.”
The Multan Sultans man believes the world will have to start living with the coronavirus. “The world is going through a criticial phase and a lot has been changing due to the pandemic.”
Tahir, speaking on his signature “running celebration”, said he finds it hard to stop himself in the spur of the moment.
The South Africa cricketer went on to say that both Pakistan’s Babar Azam and Virat Kohli of India are world class players. “We have to careful while bowling to them.”