The Indian Premier League (IPL) started in 2008 and was the world’s first T20 tournament. In which there was the concept of auction of players. Currently IPL is the most famous T20 league in the world. In fact, not only cricket, currently IPL is one of the biggest cricket events in the world.
Every cricketer who plays cricket dreams of playing IPL during his career. In fact, this is the only cricket league which brings together the best cricketers at one place. There are even some players who give priority to IPL over national duties during the tournament.
Meanwhile, former Australian opening batsman and coach of the IPL team Lucknow Super Giants, Justin Langer has given a big statement regarding the IPL and has compared the IPL tournament to the Olympics.
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Justin Langer compared IPL to Olympics
Let us tell you that Justin Langer will make his IPL debut as the head coach of Lucknow Super Giants in the upcoming IPL season. Actually, this will be his first IPL experience as a head coach. In a recent interview, Langer talked about the league and also said that he used to talk about IPL many times with his fellow Australians like Ricky Ponting and Tom Moody.
Justin Langer said, ‘IPL is like the Olympic Games. it is too big. Every match is a spectacle and it has been very well received, with tremendous support not only in the stadiums but across India and the world.
On getting the responsibility of coach by Lucknow Super Giants, Justin Langer said that he is very excited to be a part of the best cricket league in the world. Let us tell you that under Langer’s coaching, Australia won the T20 World Cup 2021 and the Ashes in 2019 after a long gap of 19 years.
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