Chennai: IPL 2021 is due to start from April 9, but before that, the world’s richest T20 cricket league was darkened by Corona. At first Devdutt Padikkal, opener for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team led by Virat Kohli, fell under the sway of Corona (Covid 19 positive), but now that team’s star all-rounder Daniel Samms , also turned out to be Corona. positive.
Big shock for RCB
It’s a big setback for the Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the start of the IPL this season. The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are scheduled to play their first game on April 9 against the five-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians. Daniel Sams tested positive for Kovid-19 on Wednesday.
IPL 2021: RCB’s Daniel Sams tests positive for COVID-19
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Symes arrived in India on April 3
Royal Challengers Bangalore released a statement saying: ‘This versatile 28 year old Australian arrived in India on April 3 and at that time he had a negative report on the Kovid-19 test. Daniel Symes’ second test report on April 7 turned positive. Symes has no symptoms at the moment and is in quarantine.
According to Royal Challengers Bangalore, “The RCB medical team is in constant contact with Daniel Symes and will monitor their condition and follow BCCI rules”. The RCB team will face the Mumbai Indians in the tournament opener on Friday. Symes has only played three IPL matches in his IPL career so far.