The International Cricket Council (ICC) praised India's cricketer-turned-police officer Joginder Sharma for contributing to the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic. Joginder is the DSP (Deputy Superintendent of Police) in Haryana Police, who won the last over of the 2007 World T20 final against Pakistan. The country currently has a 21-day lockdown to deal with the Covid-19. He is asking people to stay in the house to avoid this corona virus and is engaged in following the lockdown.
The ICC on Saturday shared a photo of Joginder as a cricketer and a police officer, tweeting, 'Joginder Sharma of India as a policeman after cricket career is among those who are contributing to the global health crisis.' The twenty-six-year-old played four ODIs and as many T20s between 2004 and 2007. He joined the police service after retiring from cricket.