The Covid-19 virus has infiltrated the Delhi Capitals’ camp, and it is now a danger to the whole IPL 2022 tournament. According to the CDC, a foreign player tested positive for the new coronavirus on Monday morning. According to other sources, two more covid cases were discovered in the same DC camp on April 18, consistent with previous findings. Read the article to know about IPL Cancelled or not? Memes trending on IPL 2022 Cancel news.
IPL Cancelled or not?
If you believe that the epidemic is finished and life has returned to normal, think again. The current season of the Indian Premier League is in danger of being IPL cancelled or not owing to the Covid-19 virus. Yes, you read it correctly. As reported recently, a Delhi Capitals player tested positive for the virus, resulting in the whole squad being quarantined in Mumbai until the illness is eradicated.
According to a report published by the Indian Express, Delhi Capitals physio, Patrick Farhart tested positive. The team’s forthcoming encounter against the Punjab Kings at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune on April 20 has also been suspended.
Even though the announcement saddened many cricket fans, several Twitter users have called on the IPL board to ‘cancel the tournament.’ Fans of both MI and CSK have used the same hashtag to show their support for their teams while also creating several amusing memes.
Memes trending on IPL 2022
Because the Covid-19 worry loomed over IPL 2022, several netizens have launched a trending hashtag #Suspend IPL 2022, urging BCCI to cancel or postpone the event immediately for the sake of the players’ safety.
However, MI and CSK fans have joined the trend for a different reason and are supporting the cause of canceling the IPL. Both teams are at the bottom of the IPL Points Table, and it is doubtful that they will qualify for the playoffs. As a result, Mumbai Indian fans and the CSK army are trending memes calling for the cancellation of the IPL.
— eBuzzPro (@ebuzzprocom) April 18, 2022
There will also be a discussion between the IPL management and BCCI (Board of Cricket Control in India) about the next match of the Delhi Capitals this Wednesday. However, supporters of teams like the Royal Challenge Banglore, the Gujarat Titans, and the Lucknow SuperGiants are not pleased with the disappointing news. The Board of Cricket Control in India is now looking forward to finding a solution. After the Covid-19 tournament, this will be the first season in which matches will be played in front of a crowd in Indian cricket history.
— David Abhishek (@davidabhishek__) April 18, 2022
IPL Cancel News 2022
Rescheduling the Delhi Capitals’ next several games is a genuine possibility. The reason is that, according to rumors, the BCCI would not cancel the IPL 2022 at any cost since they have also had to deal with sponsors and, of course, the IPL’s die-hard followers.
The IPL Cancel 2022 will be updated as soon as we get new information. So, remain in contact with us and let us know what you think about the IPL Covid Cancellation in the comments below. Please pass along the amusing memes we’ve included if you know any die-hard fans of the Chennai Super Kings or Mumbai Indians.
IPL Cancel Update 2022
In contrast to the Mumbai Indians, who have lost all six of their matches in this season’s IPL, Chennai Super Kings have only managed to win one of their six matches so far. However, considering their present positions on the points table, supporters of both famous teams are willing to support the continuing ‘Cancel IPL’ hashtag on social media. Both clubs have already won the prized trophy several times.
While this was going on, the BCCI issued a statement earlier today confirming the news that Farhart had tested positive for Covid. “A positive COVID-19 test resulted in the suspension of Delhi Capitals physio Patrick Farhart for one game. At the time, the DC Medical Team is keeping a tight eye on him.