IPL 2021: Kangaroo batsman Chris Lynn wants to reach his country Australia soon. Chris Lynn has demanded a charter plane to take Cricket Australia back to his country.
Kangaroo batsman Chris Lynn, who is playing for Mumbai Indians in the IPL, wants to reach his country Australia soon. Chris Lynn has demanded a charter plane to be taken back to his country from Cricket Australia (CA). This player has expressed his concern due to the possibility of an entry ban in his country due to increasing Corona cases in India. Lynn told News Corp Media, “I know people are going through a far worse situation than us, but our bio bubble is very difficult.”
Lynn seeks a charter plane from Cricket Australia
Lynn said, ‘It is expected that we will be given the corona vaccine next week. In such a situation, now it is desired that Cricket Australia will arrange a private charter plane for all of us to go back. Lynn said, “Cricket takes 10 percent of the IPL contract on Australia, and is there any possibility that this year will be spent on special aircraft.”
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