McCullum reacts on Coronavirus Pandemic with a heartful message

Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum came up with a heartful message regarding the coronavirus outbreak and asked the world to believe that sports will rise again.

The cricket world has been hit with a big blow with all matches and tournaments postponed for at least one month due to the coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic not only took a huge toll on sporting events all around the globe but also claimed several lives while millions are fighting for theirs.

Reacting to the current situation, former New Zealand cricketer and captain Brendon McCullum tweeted a motivating message saying that sports will rise again and asked everyone to stay safe in this tough period.

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“Thoughts with all those around the World right now. Sport will rise again in time but for now, it’s about everyone staying safe and finding a way through. Medically and economically we are being challenged more than our generation has ever been before but we will find a way,” he tweeted.

Earlier,  New Zealand Cricket (NZC) cancelled all community cricket programmes, including clubs and schools, for the rest of the season in a bid to stop the virus from spreading.

NZC had cancelled the last two rounds as well of the domestic Plunket Shield competition on March 16 as a precaution against the spread or transmission of COVID-19.

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