Suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi remains active on Twitter and was busy playing a quiz based on the Twenty20 event.
After being suspended from the post of IPL Commissioner by the BCCI, Modi has not spoken to the media and is supposed to be preparing his defence in response to the allegations of financial regularities.
It seems the sports administrator is not bothered much by the controversy.
"Quick Quiz; which was most productive over in IPL 2010 for chasing sides? No it wasn`t the 20th. Think!," he asked in his latest tweet.
In the first tweet of the day, he wished the Indian cricket team for their campaign at the Twenty20 World Cup in the West Indies.
"Good luck to you and the boys. Wish them from me. It will be long flight to the Caribbean. Have fun," he wrote to flamboyant batsman Yuvraj Singh.
BCCI had issued Modi a show cause notice on Sunday night and asked him to reply within 15 days.
Later providing the answer, Modi wrote, "the most productive over for the chasing side was in fact over number 4 that produced 9.35 runs per over. Did anyone get it?"
Few minutes later, Modi again came up with another question asking about the openers` performance.
"Who performed better in this year`s IPL edition? Right-handed openers or left-handed openers? Answers???"
Then he himself answered the question.
"That was simple. Right-handed openers averaged 32.80 (22.28 in `08), while left-handed openers averaged 25.83 (36.36 in `08)," he wrote.