IPL is the biggest cricket league in the world and its glory is just unimaginable to match not only for other cricket leagues. After the start of the IPL we have seem many cricket leagues starting in every country. Although it is good for the future of the game. Fans still recognise and support the players of the franchise they are fan of.
IPL lures players from all across the world even the players from other sports dream of playing in IPL. The competition and intensity of IPL is such that not only spectators but also players crave for getting a single moment of the limelight provided by the marquee event. IPL 2020 is almost 80 days away. Fans have started to support the players and get their autographs so that they can live their dream of meeting players of their franchise.
Cricket have almost all kind of fans in world because it is the heartbeat of World’s second most populous country i.e. India. India also have maximum no. of work force living and working abroad, where they might be working in other country but still cricket is in their blood and they don’t leave any chance of enjoying their most loving sport.
In the current season of the BBL in Australia, the South African speedster, Dale Steyn represents Melbourne Stars in Big Bash League. Even at the age of 36, the speedster is a potent force with the ball and had a great tournament down under.
Before leaving the tournament mid-way owing to national duties, Styen was signing autographs after the culmination of Melbourne derby, just then an RCB fan asked him to chant, Royal Challenger Bangalore’s slogan, ‘Ee Sala Cup Namde’ which means ‘This year, the cup is ours’.
The all-time smiling bowling legend from South Africa, happily obliged and chanted the slogan twice before ending it with “Go RCB!”. Dale Steyn is going to represent Royal Challengers Bangalore this season for second successive year. The speedster was included at his base price by RCB in the third round of the auction that held last month.