Bangladesh take big decision due to air pollution in Delhi, team management says don’t want to get sick

Bangladesh team cancel training session due to air pollution in Delhi: Due to increasing air pollution in Delhi, Bangladesh team, which came to play the World Cup, took a big decision on Friday. According to team director Khalid Mahmood, Bangladesh has canceled training sessions to protect its players from air pollution in the city.

Bangladesh team reached Delhi on Wednesday for the World Cup match against Sri Lanka on 6 November. They had initially scheduled three practice sessions at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, the first of which was scheduled between 6 pm and 9 pm on Friday.

Air emergency has been declared in Delhi on Thursday. The air quality index (AQI) has crossed 400 in many areas of the city. This has forced the government to close schools for two days, ban construction and vehicular movement.

Many people were coughing.
We had a training session today, but due to the worsening conditions, we decided not to take it. “We have two more training days,” he said. Some of us started coughing, so that’s a risk. We don’t want to fall ill. We don’t know if things will get better or not, but we have to train tomorrow. We want all the players to be fit for the important match on November 6. Bangladesh’s training session on Saturday is in the evening, while their training on Sunday is scheduled from 2 pm.

Bangladesh’s next match is against Sri Lanka on 6 November. However, they are in a very poor position in the points table. He is already out of the race for the semi-finals. Bangladesh is at ninth position after losing 6 out of 7 matches. Now their matches will be official.