This is bad news for fans who have been enjoying the IPL 2021 matches for nearly a month, as the BCCI postponed it indefinitely on Monday after an increase in coronavirus cases in the league. The decision was taken by the Indian Premier League’s governing body (IPL GC) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Postponing the tournament gave Pakistani fans the opportunity to troll BCCI and Indian fans and create plenty of mimes on social media.
UPDATE: The Indian Premier League’s governing body (IPL GC) and the India Cricket Control Board (BCCI) have unanimously decided to implement the IPL 2021 season in an emergency meeting.
– Indian Premier League (@ IPL) May 4, 2021
After kicking off IPL 2021, take a look at Pak fans’ reactions –
And these Indians were mocking the PSL
– Ali (@alimugal_007) May 4, 2021
When the PVL was postponed to the Kovid-19 cause, the Endians were mocking it. What comes around … comes around
– Shehbaz Rana (@shobirana67) May 4, 2021
– Cricket My John (@CHZohaibTarar) May 4, 2021
– Iamzara (@ iamzara6) May 4, 2021
He trolls the PSL but ab in ki saath b isa hoa
– ainine asif (@ ainine_asif6) May 4, 2021
The people of Pakistan are happy..a shame … you know that the U100 working class people lost their livelihood today … drivers, waiters, etc … when it was with PSL..it was bad..but you are laughing now … It shows you how subtle and negative you are … Enjoy anyway
– Fake Sharmaji (@ MrWick41016364) May 4, 2021
Where are the arrogant Modi bakhts who are hitting the PSL? Aren’t you so vocal now? He said, ‘Learn from IPL’. You should not mock others’ misfortunes.
– FPLGeek (ee geekFPL) May 4, 2021
IPL 2021 postponed due to coronary epidemic, Board ensures safe return of players
On Monday, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) saw the positive of Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior in the Kovid-19 Test, which was followed by the match between KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). There have been reports that all the remaining matches of the IPL will be played in Mumbai, but the decision to suspend the IPL is currently being taken after Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Wriddhiman was also positive in the Kovid-19 Test.
“We will try to organize this competition in the coming days, but not this month,” league president Brijesh Patel said. BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla said, “We will see if we can get the best time for IPL competition at the end of the year.” It may be September but for now it is just. As of now, we are not hosting a tournament.
Pat Cummins changed his mind, not donating to the PM Cares Fund