Brad Hogg
Brad Hogg

Former Australia spinner Brad Hogg, who was in India for the Road Safety World Series, has now returned back to Australia after the postponement of the tournament due to the outbreak of coronavirus. Hogg, who was representing Australia Legends in the tournament, took to his social media platform Twitter handle to announce his arrival back in Australia.

Being asked several about T20 leagues, the 49-year old gleefully replied to his fans and expressed his opinion on the likes of the postponed Indian Premier League and the ongoing Pakistan Super League.

Regards IPL and PSL

When a fans asked Hogg to rate the IPL and the PSL out of 10, the chinaman bowler believed both the leagues to be at par with each other. Hogg, who gave nine points each to the IPL and the PSL, followed his judgement with explanation regarding both the leagues.

IPL and PSL
IPL and PSL

Hogg, who played for Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League till 2018, had represented Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals during his playing days in the IPL.

The most awaited Indian Premier League has been postponed to mid of April due to the impact of coronavirus. The officials also hints that the IPL may cancel if it crosses the deadline(April 20). As Indian government imposed new visa restriction the involvement of foreign players remains doubt full.

Hogg’s reply

Hogg replied in an un-expected manner and stunned everyone

 

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