Star Sports, the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) official telecaster of all of Team India’s matches, has been running a solid ad crusade for the forthcoming Champions Trophy. In the advertisements, a snappy tune out of sight is joined by the catch-line “Har koi har koi dekhega” (everybody will watch).
Things being what they are, they may soon need to change the expression to “Koi nahin dekhega” (nobody will watch).
With the International Cricket Council (ICC) enthused about lessening the Indian cricket board’s partake in assets, fans could well pass up a great opportunity for watching Team India in real life amid the Champions Trophy, otherwise called the Mini World Cup.
Bits of gossip after BCCI’s two-hour long Special General Meeting recommend that the world’s wealthiest cricket board is thinking about making some solid move in light of ICC’s choice to break down the ‘Enormous Three’ of world cricket. Furthermore, what could be a greater proclamation than hauling out the Indian group, who are the safeguarding champions, from the competition.
BCCI is stubborn that the ICC doesn’t alter the abundance control allowed to three power-house countries – India, England and Australia. In the present plan, the sheets of these three nations appreciate a substantially greater partake in ICC’s worldwide incomes and each critical choice is taken after their blessing.
As per an unknown wellspring of the BCCI, the board “saves its rights to take every important choice to practice the rights under the Members Participation Agreement”.
On the off chance that Virat Kohli and his young men wind up not taking an interest in the competition, it will for sure be a noteworthy hit to the ICC. The Indian cricket group’s worldwide fan-taking after is unparalleled and their nonappearance will take away a great part of the sheen from the occasion.
Group India are to start their crusade against most despised opponents Pakistan on June 4, with the competition planned to be played from June 1 to 18.