The outbreak of Coronavirus has suspended all the cricketing activities. As a result, fans are deprived of any action, which is making it hard for them to spend time in isolation. However, the International Cricket Council (ICC) came up with a laudable step by opening their archive of match footage to its broadcast partners.
With this, fans will be able to relive many glorious moments of the last 45 years. Men’s and Women’s 50-over World Cups, T20 World Cups, Champions Trophy and Under-19 World Cups all will be included in this thrilling action, meant to sooth the cricket fans during the ongoing pandemic. Not only that, watch parties on Facebook will be there for fans, showing the greatest games in the history of the sport.
“We are facing unprecedented times as a sports industry and the need to connect with our fan communities is perhaps greater than ever. With no live cricket to unite our fans around the world, we thought the next best thing would be to release our archives to broadcast partners so fans can enjoy some magnificent memories,” said by the ICC Chief Executive Manu Sawhney.