Barabati Stadium is good to go to have a worldwide match after very nearly four years. The last time a global match was played in this arena was way back in 2019.
The ticket deals for the second T20I among India and South Africa which is booked to occur in Barabati Stadium, Cuttack started on Thursday. When the deal started, cricket fans went off the deep end to get their hands on the ticket. They were prepared to do anything conceivable to get a ticket for the second T20I. The circumstance left hand in a matter of seconds and to stay away from a rush Police needed to turn to a gentle lathi charge.
Counters were set up external the Barabati Stadium, Cuttack by Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) for the offer of 12000 tickets. There were two separate lines for ladies while the other seven were for men. A warmed contention occurred in the ladies’ part and things raised rapidly.
Sabita Behera, who was remaining in the line to purchase tickets said,” I have been remaining since 6 am with my Aadhar card. Nonetheless, some came after 9 am and gotten out ahead in the line.
Right hand Commissioner of Police Ajay Das said,” Huge group had accumulated close to the ticket counter and a couple were seen breaking the lines, following which police attempted to carry request with a gentle lathi-charge. The interaction was smoothed out in no time.”
As per the standards, an individual is permitted to purchase just two tickets subsequent to creating his/her character evidence. A sum of 5,000 tickets for IND versus SA second T20I were sold online while 8,000 tickets were offered to clubs, schools and different associations.
In the interim, Barabati Stadium is good to go to have a worldwide match after right around four years. The last time a worldwide match was played in this arena was way back in 2019. India pointed toward the West Indies in the third ODI match of the series. India dominated the game by four wickets with Virat Kohli scoring 85 runs.