IPL 2021 had an unfortunate end as the tournament was suspended by BCCI after multiple players were infected by Covid-19. Almost half of the tournament was over with BCCI managing to conduct 29 IPL matches. BCCI has stated that IPL 2021 is
The IPL 2021 had to be unfortunately suspended in the midway of the tournament by the Board of Control Cricket in India (BCCI) concerning the health of the players in the bio-bubble. This comes as a result after a few of the
DDCA’s Arun Jaitley Stadium is scheduled to host IPL matches until May 8. Five Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) ground staff have tested positive for Covid-19. Five DDCA ground staff have tested positive for COVID-19. The staff members have been isolated.
Virat Kohli on Thursday became the first and only cricketer to get to 6000 runs in the IPL, a feat that impressed a lot of former and current cricketers. Of those in awe of Virat Kohli is former India captain Sunil Gavaskar,
Sunil Gavaskar, former Indian skipper turned commentator said that RCB this year stands for ‘Real Challengers of Bangalore’ after Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) thrashed Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 10 wickets on Thursday to register their 4th consecutive victory in as many matches.
Kumar Sangakkara, Rajasthan Royals (RR)’s director of cricket has praised Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) opener Devdutt Padikkal for his stupendous unbeaten century on Thursday. Devdutt Padikkal smashed an unbeaten 101 off only 52 balls as RCB demolished RR by ten wickets in an IPL 2021
Devdutt Padikkal admitted beating the coronavirus was a ‘big challenge after scoring his maiden IPL hundred in Royal Challengers Bangalore’s 10-wicket win. The Karnatka left-hander missed out on RCB’s first game of the season against Mumbai Indians as he contracted the virulent
Devdutt Padikkal scored 101 runs and helped RCB chase down RR’s target in just 16.3 overs with ten wickets in hand in an IPL 2021 match. It was an impressive display from the left-hander as he smashed 6 sixes and 11 fours
Devdutt Padikkal had a breakthrough Indian Premier League (IPL) season last year in UAE and the left-handed opener entered the ongoing edition of the tournament on the back of a successful domestic season. Prior to the start of this edition of the
Yuzvendra Chahal is all set to play his 100th T20 match for RCB, on Wednesday (April 14), when his team RCB takes on SRH in Chennai. He is keen to yield desired results for his team in the impending conetst. Yuzvendra Chahal