IPL 2022 Final: Fans went nostalgic and hailed Ravi Shastri as the GOAT commentator when the former India coach hosted the IPL closing ceremony in Ahmedabad.
Ravi Shastri’s opening speech on closing ceremony of IPL 2022 is lit (Reuters Photo)
- Fans were in awe of Ravi Shastri’s booming voice
- Ranveer Singh began his performance in IPL 2022 closing ceremony
- Gujarat Titans will lock horns with Rajasthan Royals for the maiden IPL title
Former India coach Ravi Shastri hosted the closing ceremony of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 ahead of the IPL Final at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday. Fans were in awe of Shastri’s booming voice when the former India coach shouted “Kemcho, Ahmedabad?” to kickstart the IPL 2022 closing ceremony.
The stage is set for the final of the richest cricket tournament in the world. A 50-minute closing ceremony is being held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad ahead of the IPL 2022 final match on Sunday.
#RaviShastri In English Commentary
— Rajat Rajput (@BeingRajatt) May 29, 2022
@RaviShastriOfc Thats what the real energy feels sir, your English commentary is way far level, waiting for it after 2011 world cup, thats what we got it, and what a day IPL closing ceremony, loved it sir
— Abhinav Kumar Singh (@Abhinav21556520) May 29, 2022
— cricket chronicles (@kartike48655021) May 29, 2022
There could have been no better person to open the heavily packed IPL Final ceremony than the Legend with the Mic, Ravi Shastri himself. pic.twitter.com/Lbgdmi4Bep
— Ricky talks Cricket (@CricRicky) May 29, 2022
English Ravi Shastri in english pic.twitter.com/dEbbtLKZok
— Ojas Naidu (@Cricky_Nerd) May 29, 2022
— Avinash Kr Atish (@AtishAvinash) May 29, 2022
Ranveer Singh began his performance and started off by performing “Jeetega Jeetega” song from 83. The crowd went berserk at the Narendra Modi Stadium. He took a lap around the stadium accompanied by fellow dancers.
Ravi Shastri is known for being one of the most entertaining cricketers in the cricket fraternity, who lives every minute to the fullest. One of the finest all-rounders of his era, Shastri never shied away from speaking his mind. His tenure as India head coach was one of the most scrutinised yet one of the most successful in Indian cricket history.
Gujarat Titans will lock horns with Rajasthan Royals for the maiden IPL title, while Rajasthan will be eyeing their second crown. More than 1.20 lakh people are expected to arrive at the Narendra Modi Stadium to watch the IPL final.