T20 World Cup 2021, India vs New Zealand


Dubai: So is IPL the big reason behind India’s failure? Has BCCI laid too much emphasis on the cash-rich league? Following the drubbing against Pakistan and now New Zealand, plaudits and fans reckon IPL is the reason behind India’s failure to win international matches.Also Read – Shahid Afridi to Shoaib Akhtar; How Ex-Pakistan Players Reacted to Virat Kohli-Led Team India’s Loss vs New Zealand in T20 WC Super 12 Clash

Kohli & Co were in England and they opted out of the final Test after members of the support staff contracted the virus. India decided they would not play the Test and instead enter the bio-bubble for the IPL so that they were available for selection for their respective franchises. Also Read – IPL Main Focus, Selection Blunders to Bio Bubbles; Reasons Why Virat Kohli-Led Team India May Not Make Semis in T20 World Cup 2021

The Virat Kohli-led side started the tournament as favourites, but has not lived up to the tag. Also Read – Virender Sehwag Feels Hardik Pandya Bowling Was The Only Positive For Virat Kohli’s Team India During NZ Game

The T20 WC started in less than a week after the IPL ended. There was no break for the players and they looked fatigued on the ground against nemesis New Zealand. With India now staring at an early exit, the #BanIPL hashtag is trending on social space for obvious reasons.

Here are the tweets with #BanIPL hashtag:

It would now be extremely difficult for India to make it through to the semis. They have an outside chance. First, they need to win their remaining games with big margins and then hope New Zealand loses one of their remaining matches.

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