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Taxi Displays Live IPL Scores On Its Roof, ICC Can't Help But Respond

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Published:

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  • The 12th edition of IPL is underway and all the die-hard Cricket fans are making the most of this Cricketing Carnival
  • A taxi in Hyderabad has come up with an innovative technique to keep them updated about the scores and stay in touch with the gentleman's game
  • The governing body of World Cricket International Cricket Council (ICC) were overwhelmed after knowing about this and they took to Twitter to acknowledge this deed
  • According to a Reddit user, the taxi has a digital IPL scorecard on its rooftop

The 12th edition of IPL is underway and all the die-hard Cricket fans are making the most of this Cricketing Carnival. During the match, people get glued to their television sets, digital platforms and social media to be involved with the game. There are also people who also throng into the stadiums in cities to fulfil their desire of  watching the game live and also catching up with their favourite players.However, there a lot of people who cannot be involved with the game due to thier busy schedule or other activities. 

The people who miss out on action in the busy city of Hyderabad  need not worry about it anymore as there is  a taxi in the 'City of Pearls' which has come up with an innovative technique to keep them updated about the scores and stay in touch with the gentleman's game. According to a Reddit user, the taxi has a digital IPL scorecard on its rooftop. 

The governing body of World Cricket International Cricket Council (ICC) were overwhelmed after knowing about this. ICC took to Twitter to acknowledge this deed.

Twitterverse also joined to share their feelings about the same.

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