Road Safety World Series Cancelled Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

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Road Safety World Series Cancelled Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
Road Safety World Series Cancelled Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

The ongoing Road Safety World Series has been canceled due to the rising coronavirus threat in Maharashtra.

This series has featured all the cricketing legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Sehwag and many more.

As per the Sources – “In the interest of public safety, the organizers have agreed to reschedule the remaining matches. These matches will be played when the situation will be conducive to hold them,”.

Irfan Pathan has cherished his memories through his twitter post stating – “The #RoadSafetyWorldSeries has been postponed due to #COVID19 but had fun playing in front the full house. Thanks to my team mates and the fans for all the support. Absolutely loved playing again. #cricket”

Earlier the organizers have canceled the matches at the MCA stadium and have relocated it to the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.

Maharashtra reported 10 cases of coronavirus on Wednesday.

Due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, several sporting events in India and across the globe have been canceled or postponed.

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