How delayed World Cup T20 forced cricketer for food delivery


Paul van Meekeren came up with a funny tweet about the T20 World Cup final.© Instagram

On Sunday, the final of the T20 World Cup 2020 was to be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament has been postponed by two years to 2022, with India remaining to host the 2021 edition. a funny twist, while also revealing that he now provides food to support himself.


“I should have played cricket today as I deliver Uber fats to get through the winter months !!” van Meekeren tweeted.

“Funny how things change, hahaha, keep people smiling,” he added.

The Netherlands defeated the UAE in the qualifying match to seal qualification for the T20 World Cup 2020 and is now participating in the T20 World Cup 2021.

Paul van Meekeren played 41 T20 Internationals (T20Is) for the Netherlands and took 47 wickets.

The International Cricket Council announced in July that the T20 2020 World Cup has been postponed. A month later, it announced that the 2021 T20 World Championship will be hosted by India according to the original schedule and Australia will host the 2022 edition.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led several athletes to choose alternative careers to make a living.


Venezuelan fencer Ruben Limardo also recently shared that he has been working as a delivery man due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“You have to earn your money and this is a job like any other,” he told AFP news agency.

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