ICC takes fancy initiative for cricket lovers

ICC takes fancy initiative for cricket lovers

The whole world is stalled by coronavirus. Many people are passing a boring time in home quarantine. So, in this time of crisis, the International Cricket Council (ICC), the global governing body of cricket, has come up with a fancy initiative for cricket lovers to tackle this boredom.

The ICC Cricket Archive has been opened for home-based cricket lovers.

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Cricket lovers will have the opportunity to watch all the international cricket games from the year 1975. Although these are in the ICC’s own archives, they have not been made public so far. This time, the International Cricket Council took this initiative for people trapped in home for the coronavirus.

Not only the World Cup match, the ICC Champions Trophy match, the under-19 World Cup match is also here. The matches will be seen on the ICC’s Facebook page. So the cricket crazy people can easily catch a glimpse of the old match.

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