India vs Bangladesh 1st T20I match is set to be played in Delhi on Sunday (November 3), however, a big issue seems to affect the match before it starts. Amid rising pollution levels and smog in the national capital, some photos of the Arun Jaitley Stadium were shared on social media. In the photos, the deteriorating weather conditions were clearly visible and netizens urged to abandon the match. The photos showed very poor visibility and smoggy weather near the stadium. The match is scheduled to be played at 7 pm onwards on Sunday. India Vs Bangladesh, Cricket Score 1st T20I Match.
Delhi has been on high alert due to rising pollution levels in the city over a few weeks. Many flights were cancelled on Sunday due to smog. Many schools have also been closed till November 5 due to rising pollution and poor air quality in Delhi. Yuzvendra Chahal Interviews Shreyas Iyer and Shivam Dube on Chahal TV Ahead of IND vs BAN 1st T20I, Speaks to Latter About His T20I Debut (Watch Video).
After watching the photos, Netizens asked if players will be able to see the ball. People were shocked to witness the poor visibility inside and outside the stadium in the photos. “Please cancel the match” was one of the common statements many fans wrote in response to the photos. Have a look at the photos and Netizens’ reactions on it. India vs Bangladesh 1st T20I 2019, Rain Forecast, Pollution Levels, Air Quality & Weather Report From Delhi: Check Pitch Report of Arun Jaitley Stadium.
Arun Jaitley Stadium!
Delhi: Latest visuals from outside Arun Jaitley Stadium. India will play Bangladesh in the first T20i match, later today. pic.twitter.com/KehNVZ1Zd1
— ANI (@ANI) November 3, 2019
Where's the Ball!
Ball dikhegi hi nhi 😂😤
— Aarohi Tripathy 🇮🇳 (@aarohi_vns) November 3, 2019
— Rosy (@rose_k01) November 3, 2019
— Maitri Jain (@pull_playlist) November 3, 2019
IND vs BAN 1st T20I in Danger!
Ohho,, cancel kara do yrr,,
— Lakshya Verma (@IamFonald) November 3, 2019
The first T20I in Delhi had the fears of rising pollution levels since the start. Many celebrities urged BCCI to shift the venue of the match, however, BCCI went with the scheduling of the match at the same venue. Rohit Sharma is leading the Indian side while Mahmudullah is the skipper of Bangladesh. According to AccuWeather, there are very less chances of rains in Delhi on Sunday. Skymet has revealed very poor air quality levels for the national capital. The Air Quality Index went par 450 on Sunday.