The coronavirus pandemic has crippled the world with over 30,000 deaths reported so far.
In this crisis, all sport across the world has been postponed or suspended.
There is uncertainty regarding the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, which was postponed until April 15 earlier.
In this scenario, former Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh expressed his views.
IPL is facing a serious scare of cancelation
IPL is facing a serious scare of cancelation with Tokyo 2020 Olympics already deferred by a year due to the dire crisis.
The deadly virus has thrust several nations including India into lockdown.
In India, the tally of coronavirus cases has climbed over 950 with 25 deaths so far.
Next month, we will get a clearer picture regarding the cash-rich IPL.
Bhajji doesn't want to be selfish
"Honestly in this time, cricket does not come in my mind in the past 15 days. Cricket is a very small thing in front of the country. I will be selfish if would be thinking about cricket. Our priority should be a healthy and fit India. Sports will only take place if we stay safe. Cricket is not in my thoughts," Harbhajan told ANI.
Sourav Ganguly gives update on IPL 2020
Earlier, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly still believes there is still no certainty regarding the upcoming edition of IPL 2020.
"I can't say anything at the moment. We are at the same place where we were on the day we postponed. Nothing has changed in the last 10 days. So, I don't have an answer to it. Status quo remains," Ganguly claimed to PTI.
It is time to stay united, says Harbhajan
"It is time to stay united and try to do whatever little you can do to make this country back on its feet", he added.