IPL 2020: Empty stadium and no cheers

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IPL is back but with another attitude

IPL is back, but the atmosphere is not. For the first match between the Mumbai Indians. And the Chennai Super Kings, the 20,000-seat Sheikh Zayed Stadium was almost empty, excluding the 22 middle-class and referees.

However, this is not too quiet. The franchisee recorded cheers in advance. But this makes the atmosphere even stranger.

In addition to all the actions at the scene, the false voice of the audience cheering in the background also attracted attention. The organizers of the IPL ensure that the enthusiasm of the players will not decline due to the arrangement. Fake…

IPL in the corona era is different in many ways.

Under normal circumstances, the sound of Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock’s racket hitting can be heard on televisions all over the world, due to the cheers of enthusiastic fans.

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IPL and social distance

In the VIP box, BCCI senior figures including Chairman Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah, as well as the office staff of the UAE Cricket Committee separated by several seats to maintain social distance

When the Chennai Super Kings fired Decock in the sixth inning of the Mumbai Indians, the celebration was far over. The same was true after they sent back Rohit Sharma, who was offside on the first ball of the game and started the game.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the captain of CSK’s amulet, was in sync with the usual times and asked easily whether he could “make a difference” due to social distancing rules.

Players and support staff have undergone several tests before the tournament opener, and the virus will be checked every five days in the 53-day league.

This is the new normal. Overall, IPL, the biggest fundraiser of cricket, seems to be ready to adapt to this reality.

The 2020 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) kicked off on Saturday, with the Mumbai Indians becoming the runner-up of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) last year.

The cheers of the fake audience received mixed reactions on Twitter. Some people find it interesting, while others have different opinions.

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