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Indian Fans Troll Pakistan Journalist For His Remarks On IPL

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IPL and PSL (Credit: Twitter)

Indian Premier League (IPL) is the most popular and toughest T20 cricket league in the world. Several top-level cricketers come together to create their impact. It’s a dream for so many youngsters to get selected in IPL. Over the years, the cash-rich league has also helped the players get financially stable.

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Recently, a Pakistan journalist Afra Feroz Zake penned down a tweet to criticize the biggest T20 extravaganza in the world. In his tweet, he described how long the scheduling of IPL has made it a boring league. While PSL is an interesting league with short and crispy scheduling.

“Indian Premier League is such a damn long league likewise never ending train! 74 matches in #IPL2022 is enough to make any T20 league boring! Meanwhile, one major reason for Pakistan Super League (PSL) being successful is the short and crispy span of the tournament based on 34 matches, Afra Feroz Zake tweeted.

Indian fans were quick to respond to this tweet from the Pakistani journalist. They trolled the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for a shortage of money by giving an example of the James Faulkner incident. Indian fans also reminded the journalists about the viewership and salaries given to players in IPL.

Here are some reactions:

BCCI decides to extend date for purchasing ITT documents till May 20

BCCI earns INR 55 crore per match in the T20 competition from Star Sports, while on the other hand, PCB earns just Rs 38 crore after conducting the whole PSL. Recently BCCI announced tenders for media rights for the next cycle. Now they have extended the date till 20th May. Currently, Star India owns the rights from 2018 to 2022 for which they are paying the BCCI Rs 16,347.50 crore.

“Pursuant to requests from various interested parties, BCCI has now decided to further extend the date for purchasing the ITT documents till May 20, 2022. The procedure for purchasing the ITT documents is laid down in Exhibit I. All other terms contained in the Exhibit I (including the non-refundable ITT fee amount) shall be applicable herein.” said BCCI official statement.

Written by Harsh Gupta


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