There is not much time left for the start of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The IPL 2021 Bugle will be played on April 9 with a match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will play their first match on April 10 against the Delhi Capitals. CSK suffered a major setback before the start of the IPL 2021 as Australian fast bowler Josh Hazelwood decided not to play in the T20 league this year. Hazelwood has taken this decision to suit Australia in the coming months. Since the news of Hazelwood’s take on the name, a lot of memes about him and Cheteshwar Pujara have gone viral on social media.
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* Josh Haaswood exits IPL 2021
Pujara after hearing this: pic.twitter.com/7XlwU5TOKX
– Khushik (h Khushi) April 1, 2021
Josh Hazelwood is out of IPL 2021
Cisco Management for Poojara: pic.twitter.com/GvOxGQCFzB
– 𝐀𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐬𝐡 (@Ashisingh154) April 1, 2021
– Everything About Cricket (@allaboutcric_) April 1, 2021
Josh Hazelwood has left IPL 2021. CSK is worried, replacements and everything is fine but who bowls the pooja on the nets for 8 hours?@ Cheteshwara1 Hen ChennaiIPL # IPL2021 #Cheteswarapujara # Josh Hazelwood pic.twitter.com/GsiyKWI5qJ
– Kush Thacker (dkd__thacker) April 1, 2021
Recently, during the Test series, when Team India went on tour in Australia, a funny fight broke out between Hazelwood and Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara was in the crease and it was difficult for Australian bowlers to dismiss him. At the time, fans had made plenty of memes for Hazelwood and Pujara.
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CSK bought Cheteshwar Pujara at this year’s auction, so fans have informed Poojaara about the reason behind Hazelwood’s decision. Fans have written in memes not to bowl at Pujara’s Nets, which is why Australia’s fast bowler has withdrawn his name from the IPL 2021.