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Netherlands Cricketer Paul van Meekerene is now working as delivery boy

Paul van Meekerene working as a delivery boy

The deadly Coronavirus has caused havoc in almost every corner of the world. Netherlands Cricketer Paul van Meekerene has revealed he is working as a delivery boy for Uber Eats to get through the winter.

ICC T20 World Cup was scheduled to be held in Australia from October to November this year, but due to the outbreak of Corona virus spread across the world, it was postponed for next year.

It is not only about postponing the tournament, but it is also about the crisis of livelihood faced by the players due to Corona.

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According to the old T20 World Cup schedule, the final of this tournament was to be played in Melbourne on 15 November. Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Ireland, Scotland, Namibia and Oman are the six teams that qualified for the T20 World Cup 2020.

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In the initial stage, these teams had to face Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, after qualifying from here they would have got entry in the Super 12 stage, where big teams would be waiting for them. But now that the tournament is postponed, the Netherlands bowler Paul van Meekeren is shocked by the sensational disclosure.

Paul van Meekerene’s tweet

Paul tweeted, Today I would have been playing cricket. But now I am doing the work of delivering food through Uber brick till the winter. What to do, things change in strange ways. Always keep smiling.

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Paul made his international debut for the Netherlands in 2013 against Kenya. He represents Somerset in county cricket.

Paul has played 5 ODIs for the Netherlands in his career so far, in which he has taken 4 wickets. Apart from this, he has also participated in 41 international T20 matches.

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