With 2 Days To Opt For IPL, Fans Can’t Keep One’s Cool. See Funniest Tweets


    With 2 Days To Go For IPL, Fans Can't Keep Calm. See Funniest Tweets

    IPL fans are flooding social media with excited posts, jokes and memes.

    Fans can barely wait on the much-delayed Indian Premier League to begin on Saturday – and their fired up tweets are evidence. The Twenty20 competition normally starts in March, however was delayed this year together with other sporting events due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is now all set to begin in 2 days’ time and expected to bring some welcome relief to cricket fans. The tournament has pared down on the glitz aspect amidst the pandemic, enjoyment for IPL 2020 stays high as ever on social media.

    Have a look at a few of the funniest posts about IPL 2020 that have flooded social networks:

    This tweet from Paytm First Games sums up the way fans are eagerly waiting for IPL to start. “Bass 2 din aur. #IPLin 2Days,” the video gaming platform wrote while sharing their video compilation, which received an entertained reaction from Paytm Creator Vijay Shekhar Sharma.

    ???????? https://t.co/fT0Jscstan

    — Vijay Shekhar Sharma (@vijayshekhar) September 17, 2020

    Mr Sharma is not the only one looking forward to the cricket competition.

    Still 2 more days. #IPL2020 pic.twitter.com/ZSZMyNmsVk

    — Dhaval Mehta (@iamdhaval29) September 17, 2020

    Hey @BCCI can’t wait for @IPL anymore???????? pic.twitter.com/l6vywTWDr3

    — Peejay???????? (@Humor_DNA) September 14, 2020

    To reduce the number of individuals in the premises, there will be no cheerleaders this year. However fans on social media are already cheering for their preferred groups.

    Few more days to go???? #IPL2020 pic.twitter.com/54 ly7GyWCN

    — Priya (@_priyaarora) September 16, 2020

    That minute when your other half supports CSK and you’re a MI Fan???????????? #IPL2020 pic.twitter.com/RDkWE4Bliu

    — Shyama_pathak (@Shyamapathak2) September 16, 2020

    And taking digs at others …

    — 々TANGENT々???????? (@pra_tea_k) September 5, 2020

    However all in all, it is clear that with just 2 days to go, IPL fans can’t keep calm and continue …

    — त्रि- Vines (@trilochann45) September 16, 2020

    The Indian Premier League was transferred to the United Arab Emirates as COID-19 cases rose in India. All 8 groups have actually been in strict, bio-secure ‘bubbles’ because landing in the UAE, with the competitors set to start when defending champs Mumbai Indians handle Chennai Super Kings in Abu Dhabi on September 19.

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