Legends League Cricket to bring together yesteryear stars

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The three-team cricket league announced on Friday for retired cricketers will be played twice a year.
The three-team cricket league announced on Friday for retired cricketers will be played twice a year.

Absolute Legends Sports has announced the Legends League Cricket, which will feature retired cricketers in a three-team T20 series. The league, to be played twice every years, will be played at venues across different nations.

An Indian, Asian and a Rest of the World teams will play six league stage matches before the final.

The first season is scheduled to be held early March 2022.The same format would be followed in Season 2 as well. The League will have leading ex-cricketers who have retired in recent times. All top names are in consideration from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, England, amongst other Cricket nations

“We want to revive memories for the fans through world class cricket. They may have retired but the fans cannot fathom the exit of their favourite players suddenly. We feel that there is lot of cricket left in some of the world class senior cricketers,” said Raman Raheja, Co-Founder & CEO, Legends League Cricket.

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Vivek Khushalani, Co-founder & promoter, Legends League Cricket said, “The brainstorming sessions gave us huge excitement, the thought of seeing Legends playing for team India once again gave a different high. As sports enthusiasts, we have spent our lives watching them play and win matches for India and with LLC, Billions of fans can relive those dreams.”

Ashish Nehra, Ex-Cricketer, Team India said, “It would be great to see the old Cricket rivalries coming alive in the stadium. Fans will have a good time seeing their favourite stars back on the field. I will look forward to it”

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