UAE’s Leg Of IPL won’t Be Broadcasted In Afghanistan Due To Anti-Islamic Content

UAE’s Leg Of IPL won't Be Broadcasted In Afghanistan Due To Anti-Islamic Content
UAE’s Leg Of IPL won't Be Broadcasted In Afghanistan Due To Anti-Islamic Content

The 2nd phase of Indian Premier League 2021 began with Chennai Super Kings defeating Mumbai Indians by 20 runs played at Dubai International Stadium, Dubai on Sunday.

It is one of the most popular leagues in the world with top international and Indian players showcase their talent. IPL is also telecasted across the globe making sure that the audience enjoys the 3-hour showdown.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), had, however, urged Australia not to punish its men’s team and said it was “powerless to change the culture and religious environment of Afghanistan”. 

It is a major blow for Afghanistan people as they are not able to watch the prestigious tournament live on TV. There is a lot of happenings taking place as the historic Test match between Afghanistan and Australia looks under threat.

With the World T20 slated to take between October 17th till 14th November in the United Arab Emirates, the Afghan Cricket Board decided Australia not to punish the men’s team as it has the power to change the environment and religious culture of Afghanistan people. The Afghan women’s team cannot play under the Taliban, but chairman Fazli is hopeful that women’s would enter the grounds.

After winning the match against MI, Chennai Super Kings move top of the points table with 6 wins. RCB will face against Royal Challengers Bangalore in today’s important clash. Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman feature for SRH who are currently struggling now with only 2 points in the last place.

Afghanistan Cricket Team will be led by Mohammad Nabi as Rashid Khan decided to step down from captaincy. They are placed with Pakistan, New Zealand, India and 2 qualifiers in Group 2 of the Super 12 stage.

Hoping for the Afghan team to perform brilliantly in the prestigious tournament and make their country proud.