Cricket lovers wait anxiously for this event as they can see their favorite players and teams performing in IPL. Indian Premier League follows the T20 pattern, fastest cricket pattern in all the formats of cricket. It creates more thrill as the T20 format is the shortest and the fastest cricket format. Watching your favorite player hitting sixes relentlessly or taking wickets is not less than a blessing for a cricket lover.
Just Imagine, you have waited for an event which has 80 million fans to watch this non-stop entertainment and suddenly it was announced that the event has been delayed due to some reasons. Yes, a true cricket lover will be much upset after this announcement. It’s the right decision to get upset. But wait, before you get mad on this announcement, you better investigate all the scenario behind this announcement.
A deadly virus, commonly known as the COVID-19 outbreak is the main reason behind all this perturbation. Before we all get angry about the government’s decision to delay IPL, we must study a little bit more about this deadly virus. Coronavirus is spreading all over the world very rapidly.
People are getting infected, they are getting hospitalized, a panic situation can be seen in all of the countries. When this kind of outbreak happens, the government must protect all of its citizens from getting infected.
Indian Premier League and all other events in which people gather all around to enjoy, has chances that this kind of virus will spread rapidly. Just imagine, there is a virus carrier in the ground, sitting beside you, enjoying IPL can transfer his virus to you.
BCCI announced that they are taking all the necessary steps to protect all the fans so that the fans can enjoy a safe cricketing experience. Moreover, all other sports events are also postponed due to this outbreak. In IPL, many players come from all around to globe to take part in this event. It is the government’s responsibility to protect all the players from getting infected.
Moreover, the government is also trying his best not to create a panic situation in the country. Health officials also trying to convey their messages to the people not to panic. They are trying to keep it down low on this situation as it will create trepidation among all the people. The main objective is to protect people from this deadly virus.
It is strange, thinking of sports as a threat instead of relief. Sports were a kind of relief for distressed people. People used to find it comfortable while going to the stadium and watching their favorite player play. Sighs, all the cricket fans out there are waiting for the virus to vanish, and they can enjoy all the activities like they used to enjoy before the outbreak.
We all have to stand united against this virus, we have to follow all the necessary precautions to stay safe. We have to take care of all the people around us. Time will come when we all will be able to enjoy the IPL again like we used to enjoy it.
Indian Premier League (IPL) established in 2008. Board of control for Cricket in India (BCCI) organizes IPL in the home ground as well as in other countries. Indian Premier League is known for its thrill and entertainment. Most IPL matches start in the late afternoon or you can say floodlight matches so that the maximum number of audience can watch this cricket league.
There were eight founding franchises in IPL. Indian Premier League is one of the best entertainment for almost every cricket lover, no matter whether he is an Indian or not. From the very first day, you can see excitement and exhilaration among all the audience. Almost every year, IPL starts in March and ends in May.
BCCI took steps to ensure our safety and wellness. We have to defeat this disease by following precautionary measurements. Remember that, by taking these steps we can defeat it, we can bring sports back in our lives, we can bring entertainment back in our lives. Great success requires great sacrifice.