The cash-rich league was all set to be commenced by 29th March but it faced many obstacles in its way of scheduling as the lockdown kept on extending and still exists amidst the Coronavirus. Now, there are no comments over the authentic schedule for IPL.
Cancelation of the T20 World Cup can be used as an open chance for IPL organizers to hold their cash-rich league’s thirteenth edition.
Many Indians want IPL to take place in full swing in 2020 in place of the ICC T20 World Cup. As the ICC is to hold a meeting to decide the fate of the mega-event, cancelation can work for BCCI to hold their league.
CSK has been spotted trolling RCB for never winning IPL and after winning the poll, they told RCB that the cup is theirs but went on changing it to the cup is yours later.
IPL: Chennai Super Kings trolls Royal Challengers Bangalore
After winning the trophy, RCB took to their official Twitter handle and shared a post that read, “A big thank you to everyone who made RCB the champions of the #IndianPollLeague by voting consistently, every day for the last 55 days. In the final, #RCB beat #SRH with an incredible 85% of the votes!”
“As soon as Chennai Super Kings came across this tweet, they hilariously trolled RCB in their own style. The cricket fans will be well aware that RCB’s slogan is ‘Ee Sala Cup Namde’ which means ‘the cup is ours this year’,” as quoted by Crictracker.
Later, they changed the slogan to ‘Ee Saala Cup Umadey’ which means ‘this year, the year cup is yours’.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore has gotten a huge fan base. They reached thrice in to the finals in the last twelve seasons but failed to win. In fact, Kohli’s side has never managed to win a single time. However, Dhoni’s leading side is one of the most succesful sides.
A big thank you to everyone who made RCB the champions of the #IndianPollLeague by voting consistently, every day for the last 55 days. In the final, #RCB beat #SRH with an incredible 8️⃣5️⃣% of the votes! 🏆 #PlayBold #InAParallelUniverse #ipl #Bestfans pic.twitter.com/1WBbU4WCU1
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) May 25, 2020