Hyderabad Stampede: Four people were injured after a stampede broke out at Gymkhana Stadium following a stampede that occurred after large numbers of cricket fans gathered to buy tickets for the third T20I match between India and Australia. The third T20I stadium between India and Australia will take place at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on September 25. A huge crowd went to Gymkhana to buy tickets. There were a lot of fans waiting in line to buy tickets.
But the situation quickly spiraled out of control and a stampede broke out, with overcrowded fans causing problems of law and order. The police charged to disperse the large crowd and restore control.
Watch Video: Here are some videos doing Twitter rounds about the Hyderabad stampede
#CLOCK | Telangana: A stampede broke out at the Gymkhana Ground after a crowd of cricket fans gathered there to get tickets for the #INDvsAUS match, scheduled for September 25 at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Police batons attack to disperse the crowd
4 people injured pic.twitter.com/J2OiP1DMlH
– ANI (@ANI) September 22, 2022
HYD: Uncontrollable situation at #Gymkhana Base. Police baton charges. Thousands of cricket fans. Fans have been lining up since 2am.
1 woman killed and 4 injured in #stampede buy tickets at #Hyderabad#IndiaVsAustralia #Gymkhana #Secunderabad#Baseball #IndiavsAustralia pic.twitter.com/0kkTBI4Bx2
– Chaudhary Parvez (@ChaudharyParvez) September 22, 2022
– Sai Teja (@saisaysz) September 22, 2022
– Ajay Dhumal (@ ajaydhumal5500) September 22, 2022
Coming to the series between these two sides, Australia is currently leading with a score of 1-0.
Coming to the first T20I in Mohali, after being defeated first by Australia, India lost its captain Rohit Sharma (11) and Virat kohli (2) for cheap points. This leaves Men in Blue struggling at 35/2. KL Rahul (55) and Suryakumar Yadav (46) then stabilized the innings with 68 run points. Afterward, Hardik Pandya played an amazing 71* only 30-ball knock-out with seven innings four and five six to end the round at 208/6.
Chasing 209, opening Aaron Finch (22) and Cameron Green finished 39 quick runs to get Australia off to a solid start. Green played some really impressive shots and took a 70th run with Steve Smith (35). Green was disqualified for 61 out of 30 impressive passes.
Cameron Green is considered ‘Man of the Match’ for his 61 and 1/46.
The second T20I match will take place on Friday in Nagpur at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium.
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