Delhi: India lost to Bangladesh by seven wickets in the T20I series at the Arun Jaitley stadium in Delhi on Sunday. Ahead of the game, air pollution in Delhi was the talk of the town as air quality in the national capital deteriorated to hazardous levels. The smog settled down in the nick of time for the first T20I to start on schedule. After the match, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sourav Ganguly, took to twitter to thank both teams for turning up on the field amid health concerns due to the air pollution in Delhi. “Thank u to both the teams to play this game @ImRo45 @BCBtigers under tuff conditions, well done Bangladesh,” Sourav Ganguly tweeted.