Watch - New Zealand Cricket Ish Sodhi Comes Up With A Rap Song Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Ankush Das Watch - New Zealand Cricket Ish Sodhi Comes Up With A Rap Song Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
   

The upsurge of the coronavirus pandemic has led to a lockdown in various places across the globe. Celebrities and renowned personalities are trying their best to raise awareness among the fans in a bid to contain the deadly virus from spreading. 

The pandemic, as declared by the World Health Organisation, has resulted in cancelling of many global events. The streets are put under curfew with offices being shut and people assigned work from home jobs. The number of positive cases in India have seen a stark rise in the last few days. The number of positive cases in India is 562 with a death toll almost touching the double-digit. 

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Meanwhile, with a lot of time by their side, the cricketers are finding unique ways to keep themselves engaged. While Shikhar Dhawan shared a video of him doing household chores, Australia's David Warner is using this time to better his fielding skills practising with tennis balls. 

And now in a recent video shared by Indian Premier League franchise, Rajasthan Royals shared a video where New Zealand star Ish Sodhi was seen rapping ‘Coronavirus, please don’t get me today’ . It was an immediate hit on social media earning many views and fans going gaga over it. 

Watch the clip here:

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Meanwhile, amid the coronavirus outbreak, there has been lockdown in sporting activities as well. All the cricketing events have been called off or postponed until further notice. BCCI, who postponed IPL 2020 until April 15 is also considering to call it off which no signs of the situation getting better.