The world's most expensive cricket league among the Coronavirus occurred this time with several changes in the UAE. Yesterday i.e. on November 10, Mumbai Indians won the fifth title by defeating Delhi Capitals by five wickets. The matches were held at the vacant stadium to prevent infection. A bio bubble was created for players and team staff, cutting players' contact with the outside world.
Now BCCI President Sourav Ganguly thanked the players for the success of the Indian Premier League on Wednesday, saying it was mentally difficult to stay in a bio-safe environment during the league. Ganguly tweeted, 'I personally thank all the players of the IPL team along with the BCCI and all the officials. He made the tournament a success by staying in the big bubble. It was mentally tough and your commitment has led Indian cricket to this point.
Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, IPL was played in UAE in October November instead of April May. BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal said, 'Congratulations on the successful conduct of IPL under the guidance of Sourav Ganguly and Jai Shah. The most successful IPL took place in such a challenging time. Thanks to all the cricket lovers. We missed you. Hopefully, your noise will be heard again in the field in IPL 2021. '
In his tweet, Shastri congratulated BCCI secretary Jay Shah, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel, BCCI's interim CEO Hemang Amin, even the medical staff, but forgot Dada.