World Cup 2019 seems to have been badly impacted with rain and rain gods are relentless. Almost every match is likely to get interrupted by rain. Today India was to face New Zealand, both the teams have had a victorious campaign till now but even after three hours the match hasn’t started. Rain and cricket have played hide and seek with each other when the audience was looking forward to the contest.
Seeing the record of rain disturbing matches at the World Cup, BCCI in consultation with Govt of India today took the decision of hosting next World Cup. After BCCI’s announcement ICC also approved the move. Among cricket playing nations, India is one which faces drought and that’s the reason no other country objected the move.
If rumours are to be believed, BCCI will construct cricket stadiums in Latur, a drought affected region in Maharashtra and in many cities of Rajasthan ahead of the 2023 World Cup.