New Delhi. India was defeated by 7 wickets in the first T20 International between India and Africa played in Delhi. Now the Indian team will try to level the series by winning the second T20. The second match is to be played in Cuttack. Before this match, news is coming that there was chaos during ticket sales in Cuttack and the police had to use mild force to control the situation. According to the information, some women came ahead of the line and after that the crowd created a ruckus and the police had to lathi-charge.
Giving information about this, a senior official said that some women came ahead of the row, causing a ruckus over the sale of tickets, after which the police used mild lathi-charge.
12,000 tickets, 40,000 thousand crowd
Additional District Police Commissioner Pramod Rath said, “Around 40,000 people were present at the counter while 12,000 tickets were on sale. The police had to use mild force during this time so that the process of ticket sale could go smoothly.
India lost in the first match
Talking about the first match played between the two teams, India had given Africa a huge target of 212 runs to chase, which Africa easily achieved with 5 balls remaining. This is the first time in T20 that India could not defend more than 200 runs. On behalf of South Africa, David Miller, while maintaining the excellent form of the IPL, played a firefight and led his team to victory.
FIRST PUBLISHED : June 10, 2022, 11:25 IST