World Cup T20: Before the match between Pakistan and Afghanistan, there was a lot of commotion outside the stadium, ICC will investigate

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The International Cricket Council has directed the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) to investigate the misconduct of Afghan fans outside the Dubai International Stadium without tickets during the T20 Super 12 World Cup stage match between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

16,000 tickets were issued for this game between Pakistan and Afghanistan on Friday, but thousands of fans arrived without tickets and tried to enter the stadium.

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“Dubai police and security personnel deployed additional forces to disperse the crowd and control the situation,” the ICC said in a statement. Around 7pm, the Dubai Police had given instructions to close all doors and not allow anyone to enter so that the situation inside the stadium remains under control.

The ICC said that all measures will be taken to prevent this incident from recurring in the future.

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The ICC said: “The ICC, BCCI and ECB apologize to the fans who were unable to enter despite having tickets. They are requested to contact the ticket provider.


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