‘He just had a shocker’: Shane Warne, Aaron Finch left ‘confused’ after Australia PM’s Covid-19 presser – cricket

Former Australia cricketer Shane Warne and present restricted-overs captain Aaron Finch slammed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison after his ‘confusing’ nationwide handle concerning Coronavirus menace not too long ago. More than 405,000 individuals have been contaminated by the virus whereas in extra of 15,000 individuals have misplaced their lives worldwide and these figures continue to grow with each passing day.

In his handle to the individuals of Australia, PM Morrison reportedly mentioned contradictory issues like faculties will stay open however funerals can’t have a gathering of greater than 10 individuals.

Warne took to social media to name out the PM and he wrote: “Listening to the PM like everyone here in Australia and what I understood was, ‘It’s essential, unless it’s not. Then it’s essentially not essential. I can’t be clearer’. Plus people can buy a new shirt at a shopping centre? WTF? PM just had a shocker. Surely should be in lockdown now.”

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Warne wasn’t the one one from cricket fraternity to precise his anguish as Finch additionally took to social media to slam the PM’s unclear presser and he wrote: “I’m more bloody confused now that I was before the PM’s press conference!!”



The complete sporting calender of the world has been ruined due the coronavirus pandemic, in a yr when a number of multi-nationwide occasions have been scheduled to happen.

All bilateral cricket sequence have been referred to as off whereas nationwide T20 leagues have additionally been it. The begin of Indian Premier League was pushed again to April 15 from March 29, nonetheless, it stays unlikely that it’s going to begin on that individual day.

Other sporting occasion likes Euro 2020 and Olympics 2020 have additionally been postponed until subsequent yr because of the large menace posed by Covid-19.

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