India vs Australia: Four injured as stampede breaks out during ticket sales for the third T20I in Hyderabad

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Ahead
of
the
final
game,
cricket-lovers
thronged
to
the
Gymkhana
Grounds
on
Thursday
to
book
tickets
for
the
scheduled
fixture.
In
what
turned
out
to
be
a
stampede-like
situation
at
the
Gymkhana
Grounds,
four
people
got
injured.

As
reported
in
the
PTI,
the
injured
people
needed
hospitalisation,
but
the
police
said
they
were
fine.
The
stampede-like
situation
took
place
as
a
large
crowd
tried
to
get
in
at
once
when
it
rained,
they
said.

Police
said
they
faced
a
tough
time
in
managing
the
situation.
About
15,000
people
gathered
at
the
ground
and
some
of
them
said
they
arrived
there
early
on
Thursday.
Some
of
them
alleged
that
tickets
were
sold
in
black.
Telangana
Sports
Minister
V
Srinivas
Goud
on
Wednesday
said
tough
action
would
be
taken
against
those
selling
tickets
in
black.
Media
reports
said
the
rush
for
tickets
is
because
Hyderabad
is
hosting
an
international
match
after
over
two
years.

Meanwhile,
coming
to
the
series,
India
will
look
to
bounce
back
and
level
the
series,
when
they
take
on
Australia
in
the
second
T20I
of
the
three-match
series
in
Nagpur
on
Friday.
A
win
for
the
hosts
will
see
the
Hyderabad
match
be
the
decider
of
the
series.

In
the
first
T20I,
India
posted
a
big
total
of
209,
riding
on
a
smashing
knock
from
Hardik
Pandya,
along
with
KL
Rahul
and
Suryakumar
Yadav.
But
once
again
India’s
trouble
in
the
death
overs
came
to
the
forefront.
Despite
putting
up
their
highest-ever
total
against
Australia
in
T20Is,
the
visitors
chased
it
down
with
four
balls
to
spare
to
take
a
1-0
lead
in
the
series.

Source:
With
inputs
from
PTI

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