Those cricket boards who are saying that they will organize the tournament to compete with IPL, are putting their hands in the management. Recently, a surprising incident took place in the Bangladesh Premier League, which is being held in Bangla.
It is known that different countries are also organizing cricket leagues to compete with IPL. Cricket leagues like SA T20 League, Pakistan Premier League (PPL), Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) are being played in South Africa. Those cricket boards who are saying that they will organize the tournament to compete with IPL, are putting their hands in the management. Recently, a surprising incident has taken place in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) which is being held in Bangla. While the live match was going on, suddenly the flood lights on the ground stopped. With this, the entire stadium turned into a concussion. But the spectators who came to watch the match lit up the field with cell phones. Due to this the match was interrupted for a while. The incident took place during the match between Fortune Barisal and Khulna Tigers teams on Friday night. Photos and videos related to this are going viral on social media.
The match between Fortune Barishal and Khulna Tigers teams was the last of the league matches and the fans attended in large numbers. Accordingly, the match also started juicy. But that happiness did not last long for the fans. The flood lights on the ground stopped in the second over of the match. Due to the restrictions on the use of electricity in Bangladesh and the absence of an automatic power system for the stadium, the flood lights all stopped at once. As a result, the entire area was plunged into darkness. Currently, photos and videos related to this have become viral on the net. Can’t the Bangladesh Cricket Board, which is bragging about organizing a cricket tournament to compete with the IPL, at least provide power supply? Cricket fans are trolling.
Reflection to Bangladesh’s current power crisis?
During a BPL match this evening, Mirpur stadium in Dhaka goes dark. Power resumed in the press box after a minute, but flood light remained off for minutes. pic.twitter.com/zqUgQA9USe
— Saif Hasnat (@saifhasnat) February 10, 2023
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