Cheersleaders were seen in the stadium without spectators during the opening match of the IPL.

Bangla Hunt Desk: The Indian Premier League, the most popular T20 league in the world, started amidst worldwide concern. The IPL is being shifted from India to the UAE this year due to the corona virus. Isolation, Social Distance Corona Test, Bio-Safety Zone Cricketers are playing in IPL this time following all these rules and regulations.

Last year's champions Mumbai Indians and three-time IPL champions Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings faced off in the opening match of the IPL this year. Before the opening match of the IPL, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel and other cricketers paid homage to the Corona fighters.

Thousands of spectators have been present on the field since the first match of the IPL, the whole city was bursting with the thunderous shouts of thousands of IPL supporters. But this time there was nothing like that. There were no spectators in the IPL, there were no cheerleaders. How can cricketers motivate themselves in such a situation? This was the biggest question in the IPL this time.

However, from the start of the first match of the IPL at the Abu Dhabi Stadium in Amirshahi, a loud scream was heard. It was as if thousands of spectators were on the field shouting. Along with that various hit songs and the sound of drums were heard. And this inspired the cricketers. The IPL franchise secretly made all the arrangements in the interest of the cricketers. As a result, it didn't look like there were any spectators in the stadium. The shouts were arranged by computers in such a way that it seemed as if millions of IPL fans were watching the game in the stadium. The cheerleaders were also shown on the giant screen of the stadium during the exciting moment of the match.


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