Hold Mumbai League for the IPL auctions: Sunil Gavaskar

MUMBAI: Referring To The Example Of Mumbai Allrounder Shivam Dube, Which Was Bought By The Royal Challengers Bangalore For No Less Than Rs 5 Crore, Former Captain Of India, The Legendary Sunil Gavaskar Urged The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) Officials To Plan The T20 Mumbai League Before Indian Premier League Auction.

Present In The Capacity Of The Commissioner Of The T20 Mumbai League, Gavaskar, In The Presence Of Former Captains Of India Dilip Vengsarkar (mentor) And Sachin Tendulkar (ambassador), Said:" Shivam Dube Got An IPL Contract After (playing In The T20 Mumbai League) Suryakumar Yadav Also Got A Big Contract And I Am Pretty Certain That There Will Be Many More Coming From This League, Who Will Be Wanted By The IPL Franchises For The Next Season."

Tendulkar, Who Was Present When The Second Edition Of The League Was Announced In The City On Monday, Felt That Many Players Across The Country Want To Be A Part Of This League In The Future.

" T20 Mumbai League Will Soon Be A Competition In Which The Most Players From All Over The Country Want To Participate. For So Many Years, The Mumbai Ranji Trophy Team Was The Side That All Players Would Have Wanted To Feature In. The Brand Of Cricket Played By The Mumbai Ranji Team Would Have Made Most Players To A Part Of That Squad," Tendulkar Observed.

Vengsarkar, Meanwhile, Was The Opinion That India Will Really Do Well At The World Cup Which Starts In From May 30." India Has Got A Fantastic Chance To Win The World Cup. They Will Reach The Last Four For Sure. But The Final , I Can't Predict. But We Have A Good Side," Vengsarkar Said.