During the India-Pakistan match in Ahmedabad, there was a fight between a lady police officer and a spectator. It’s not clear why it started, but it began when the man told the police officer to go away, and she hit him. In response, he hit the police officer back.
In the 12th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup, India and Pakistan clashed at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. While the players dealt with the high pressure and scorching heat on the field, an eventful incident occurred in the stands.
As the two competitive teams battled on the cricket pitch, an altercation erupted in the stands, involving a female police officer and a spectator, resulting in a physical confrontation between them.
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Fight between police officer and audience during ind vs pak match😓 pic.twitter.com/jp0742HqzW
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India’s World Cup dominance continues with another win against Pakistan
In the match at the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium, the Indian team comfortably triumphed as the visiting side experienced a significant and disastrous batting collapse, plummeting from 162-3 to 191 all out. Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav orchestrated a remarkable Pakistan batting collapse, securing four crucial wickets in India’s resounding triumph against their archrivals at the 2023 World Cup on Saturday.
This impressive seven-wicket win occurred before a massive crowd of over 100,000 spectators at Narendra Modi Stadium and marked India’s eighth consecutive victory over Pakistan in World Cups, maintaining a streak that began in 1992. The only positive aspects of Pakistan’s lacklustre performance were Captain Babar Azam’s fifty and the 82-run partnership.
Rohit Sharma, the captain of Team India, set the pace with a quick 86 runs, featuring 6 fours and an equal number of sixes, before getting out to Shaheen Shah Afridi. Shreyas Iyer, batting at No.4, also notched up a fifty and concluded the game by scoring the runs needed for victory, sending the fans at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad into jubilant celebrations.