In India, cricket is taken religiously and people are mad of it.A tournament named IPL has been played.for the 1st time.Huge money is expended and generated. The total turnover is more than $1 billion.
I am glad that team of my city jaipur has won the tournament beating Chennai in the final. The final was very exciting and decission occured in the last ball only.
I was supporting our home team then the Chennai SuperKings..the CSK fought hard but the best team won. Good cricket.
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