ورلڈکپ میں “زور کے جوڑ” کے بعد دوسرا “مقابلہ” سامنے آ گیا کرکٹ میچ ختم ہونے پر پاکستان اور بھارتی شائقین لڑ پڑے مکوں لاتوں اور کرسیوں کا دل کھول کر استعمال کیا گیا
Pakistan Vs India Match Fans Viral Fight after Match
That India vs. Pakistan clash, the first time the two fierce rivals faced off for almost one year, was predicted to be the most watched cricket match in the sport’s history with 1.3 billion people expected to tune in.
General admission tickets for the match at Adelaide Oval went on sale one year ago and were snapped up in just 20 minutes.
In the end India ran out convincing winners. Scoring a formidable 300, led by talismanic batsman Virat Kohli with 107, India then dismissed their fierce rivals for 224 to spark wild celebrations at Adelaide Oval.
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POLICE have arrested two men aged 18 and 20 in relation to the 40-person brawl that tore Merrylands RSL apart in a wild brawl during the India v Pakistan World Cup cricket match last night – and they’ve urged the others to turn themselves in before they are caught.
The two men are in custody and police say they are likely to be charged with riot and affray.
They are examining CCTV footage and expect to be able to identify everyone involved in the melee, which saw four people taken to hospital with a range of injuries, promptly.
“We are working closely with the club,” Inspector Tamara Kirby said.
“The RSL is very good with footage.”
Inspector Kirby said she had not seen this level of violence at a cricket game viewing before.
“I think it’s disappointing that people can’t go out and have a quiet night without resorting to violence,” she said.
Police would not comment if the incident was race related.
As 50,000 fans celebrated the closing stages of India’s crushing victory over their arch rivals at Adelaide Oval, up to 40 people clashed inside the Western Sydney club as they watched the action unfold on the big screen.
Club CEO Bryn Miller said every fist and chair thrown during a wild brawlwas captured by CCTV inside the club which prides itself on its multicultural harmony
“The tensions rose as the evident winner was going to surface,” Mr Miller said.
“20 minutes beforehand there was some pushing and shoving by overexcited fans and it was calmed down.
“Pakistan hit a six and the crowd went very vocal and cheered and a person raised a chair and threw it at someone.”
Security footage from one of the club’s 200 cameras captured the offender walking “a great distance” with the chair before throwing it at an opposition fan. The blow was softened by the chair’s upholstery.
The man and his friend, neither in an identifiable team jersey, ran from the club.