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Here is why Indians call out to Ban IPL

Here is why Indians call out to Ban IPL

Around a million voices have been raised to ban India’s world’s cash richest T20 league, the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) following the poor T20 World Cup 2021 campaign of Team India despite having months of practice in IPL.

The second leg of the league kick-started in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the extravaganza, down and dusted with the first phase, had to be terminated shortly following the COVID outbreak in the nation.

All of the 15 members and the traveling reserves, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) named for the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, almost got a 60-match long practice. As half of the league was contested in UAE, the Indian players were used to the conditions of the three stadiums; Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai.

Despite the fact, the team is yet to portray supremacy in the ongoing World Cup losing both of their contests in the lane. Undergoing the campaign’s opener versus Pakistan, the men in blue were brutally crushed as the men in green, thumbed up by 10 wickets.

Later, encountering Kane Williamson’s army, which lost to Pakistan as well in their opener match, outclassed India by 8 wickets. It dropped Virat Kohli and men to the 5th spot on the points table of the event with an NRR of -1.609.

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Following the facts, the devotees bash the IPL finding it of no use as it was supposed to serve as the mega practicing forum to the India T20 WC squad ahead of the event. Twitter and other social media have crossed over a billion hashtags #BanIPL

Now, there seems no chance for India to qualify for the semifinal. However, if they win the next games versus Namibia, Afghanistan, and Scotland with a much-improved margin, it might somehow pave the way but New Zealand, Afghanistan, are the next two in the lane to qualify for the semifinals after Pakistan’s probability.

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