The effect of the coronavirus has gradually increased so much that it is becoming increasingly difficult to fight this disease. Now the fear of this virus is creating a rage in everyone's mind. IPL 2020, will not be just stuck between these two words. Due to Corona virus, this league has been postponed till 15 April. The entire country is lockdown to prevent the infection of this great depression. Fans are now firmly roaming the question whether IPL will not be held this time?
At present, till April 15, there is no way out, but if the situation improves, then the IPL will certainly bring its color away from the fear of Corona from all over the country. In this lockdown you also have nothing special to do, you are a cricket fan, but the matches are not happening anywhere. So let us tell you today about the two most unsuccessful captains of the IPL.
Kumar Sangakkara: Kumar Sangakkara is considered one of the most successful captains in international cricket, but his captaincy in the IPL has faded. Sangakkara has captained Kings XI Punjab and Deccan Chargers in the IPL. Despite having an excellent captaincy record for Sri Lanka, he could not be more successful as a captain in the IPL. He captained 47 matches of the IPL, out of which he faced 15 matches and 30 defeats. There were two matches tied.
Brendon McCullum: According to media reports, Brendon McCullum is one of New Zealand's most successful captains. The IPL had an innings of 158 runs with their bat in the first match of the first season. He has not been very successful as a captain. In 2009, McCullum was given the responsibility of captaining the Kolkata Knight Riders. However, Kolkata's team was successful in winning only three matches that season. He was quite successful as a captain in international cricket and under his captaincy, New Zealand reached the 2015 World Cup final. McCullum captained a total of 14 matches in the IPL. In this, he had won only three matches and suffered 10 defeats. A match was tied.