T20 World Cup: ICC asks ECB to probe into crowd dysfunction throughout Pak-Afghan conflict

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ICC aplogises to the fans who were unable to enter the stadium despite having valid tickets. Photo: file
ICC aplogises to the followers who have been unable to enter the stadium regardless of having legitimate tickets. Photo: file 

DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) Saturday requested the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) to undertake an intensive investigation into the group dysfunction throughout a T20 World Cup match between Pakistan and Afghanistan on the Dubai International Stadium.

In an announcement, the ICC mentioned that greater than 16,000 tickets had been issued for conflict between Pakistan and Afghanistan. However, 1000’s of ticketless followers traveled to the venue after which tried to drive entry into the stadium.

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Aplogising to the followers who have been unable to enter the stadium regardless of having legitimate tickets, the ICC suggested them to contact the ticket supplier.

“The ICC, BCCI and ECB apologise to any fans with valid tickets who were unable to enter the stadium tonight and request they contact the ticket provider,” learn the assertion.

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The ICC mentioned that it’s going to work carefully with authorities to make sure there isn’t any repeat of this case sooner or later.

Praising the legislation enforcers, the ICC mentioned that the Dubai Police and safety workers secured the stadium to make sure the protection of everybody inside and introduced in important further sources to disperse the group and calm the scenario.

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On Friday, the Dubai police, at approximately 7pm, had closed the stadium’s gates to take care of a secure and peaceable surroundings contained in the venue.

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