Fans react on Twitter after IPL suspension
Where many cricket fans expressed their disappointment, others welcomed the decision
The Indian Premiere League (IPL) has been suspended after a surge in the number of Covid cases across India. Especially after a Sunrisers Hyderabad player, two Kolkata Knight Rider players, and members of the Chennai Super Kings tested positive, including the bowling coach Lakshmipathy Balaji.
BCCI, after the announcement, said, "We do not want to compromise on the safety of the players, support staff, and the other participants involved in organising the IPL. This decision was taken keeping the safety, health, and wellbeing of all the stakeholders in mind."
Netizens took to social media to express their thoughts on the IPL suspension. Although many cricket fans expressed their disappointment with the decision, many others were relieved by this decision.
Netizens on suspension of IPL:
— Rani.rajpoot (@RealRaniSingh) May 4, 2021
High time you realise that #IPL is a legitimate tax paying business like HUL or Reliance or any other. See the results of major corporations & you'll see they have done ok in tough times. Yet IPL which gives livelihood to 1000s of coaches, domestic players, etc seems wrong. How?— Rajit Desai (@rajitd) May 4, 2021
— Achal Rangaswamy the Coach (@rangaisms4U) May 4, 2021
When your favourite team is in its best form.— Ranveer Raj (@Ranveer_1009) May 4, 2021
And IPL get suspended ?? pic.twitter.com/7zvlIrkfWf
Realization Dawns. Albeit late.#IPLSuspension
Those who studied well are not getting due recognition over those who didn't study so well as exams are abandoned. Same for all workers. Same in all fields. #IPLsuspension represents this situation created by #Covid19.— ॐ M ॐ (@Garuda_77) May 4, 2021
BREAKING: IPL 2021 suspended indefinitely. #IPL— Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) May 4, 2021
People after 7.30 pm due to suspension of IPL pic.twitter.com/tcBtigzqoT— N (@n_i_g_a_m) May 4, 2021
Where many felt they'd be missing out on their entertainment dose especially during lockdown, others welcomed the decision and said it was required.
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