If you are the cricket fan, you would be well aware about the latest and most popular Indian Premier League, also known as IPL T20. Concept of the Indian Premier League was just a answer to the Zee Entertainment's Indian Cricket League, headed by Former Captain of Indian Cricket Team [Kapil Dev]. The Concept of the Indian Premier League [Man behind the IPL T20: Mr Lalit Modi] was of its in the game called Cricket. After the success of Indian Cricket Team at the First Ever Twenty20 World Cup held in 2008, Twenty 20 was the most viewed format of the game. Birth of a New Era in the Cricket World has been defined by IPL, as it is a format used by the English premier league in the Football, their are the private owners of the teams and they have to bet for the best players to be in their team. The First Season of the Indian Premier League includes the Eight Teams, which are as follows: 1. Kolkota Knight Riders 2. Delhi Dare Devils 3. Chennai Super Kings 4. Hyderabad Deccan Chargers 5. Bangalore Royal Challengers 6. Rajasthan Royals 7. Mumbai Indians & 8. Punjab Kings XI The Cricketing World has become smaller than ever, as players from different countries are playing for the same team and most importantly enjoying the same. The TRP of the Indian Premier league has even crossed the most successful event of the Cricket World, i.e. Twenty20 World Cup 2008. What makes it more interesting is the Amount of the Money Flowing in the Cricket and the players, As Said by the Mr Modi, to the Media: "If we would not have limited the amount of the Money, for which the team players has to be bought, then our cricket players would have been the most paid sports person in the world" I am Passionate for the Game we called as Cricket and by introduction of the T20 Format, I don't have the words to define my so called passion. If you are also passionate about the IPL, don't forget to cheak out all the updates, highlights, standing and related news on my blog on IPL Twenty20.
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