The Taliban announced a few days ago that the 2nd half of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will not be broadcasted in Afghanistan because the league includes anti-Islamic content such as girls dancing and women with short hair in attendance, Now the news Came out that Taliban To Broadcast IPL but how? lets see below.
Furthermore, according to a recent development, SportRta will resume airing the IPL in Afghanistan. The matches, however, will be pre-recorded, and all non-Islamic elements will be deleted from the broadcast. The fixtures will also be broadcast with a one-day delay.
IPL set to broadcast in Afghanistan with one day delay
“SportRta has resumed broadcasting the ongoing IPL but the matches will be recorded & telecast after the removal of some non-Islamic contents from the live matches & will broadcast on one day delay,” tweeted M.Ibrahim Momand(Reporter).
— M.ibrahim Momand (@IbrahimReporter) September 22, 2021
CSK led by MS Dhoni, are presently in 1st place in the IPL points standings. The three-time IPL winners got off to a roaring start in Phase 2 of the IPL, defeating Mumbai Indians by 20 runs.
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) thrashed the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team in the 2nd match of the IPL 2nd leg. Having 9 wickets and 10 overs to play, Eoin Morgan’s Kolkata team defeated Virat Kohli’s Bangalore team.
In the 3rd match of IPL Phase 2, Rajasthan Royals (RR) defeated Punjab Kings (PBKS) in a thrilling battle. The Punjab Kings were the favourites to win with 4 runs required off the final 6 deliveries. However, the Sanju Samson-led team fought back from the margin of loss to score a surprising 2-run win thanks to a brilliant final over from Kartik Tyagi, in which the right arm pacer surrendered just 1 run.
The IPL 2021 season will end on October 15, 2021, with the championship match taking place in Dubai.