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Indian Fans Looted The Vendor At CCI During The Mumbai ODI
By CricShots - Oct 30, 2018 3:05 pm
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The fourth ODI of the ongoing five-match between India and Windies at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai turned out to be a one-sided affair as the Men in Blue emerged victorious by 224 runs. Moreover, Virat Kohli and his men also took an unassailable lead in the series with one match left in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday, November 1. In the meantime, a bizarre incident took place during the penultimate game of the series.

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Indian cricket team registered a dominating win in the Mumbai ODI

During the Mumbai ODI, an incident took place at Gate Number 5, Block Number 14 after India posted 377 runs in their allotted 50 overs. Following the conclusion of the innings, the audience rushed in search of water. Many purchased water bottles of ₹20 for ₹40, but, a number of fans were left upset for the reason that there wasn’t any free drinking water as per reports in Times Now.

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On asking the vendor about the bottles by the crowd, he said that he only had soft drinks. The same outraged the supporters and they attacked the vendor. Subsequently, they robbed all the soft drink bottles from his drum. Surprisingly, the police didn’t do their bit for stopping the chaos. After the turmoil, the CCI officials arranged 20 liters water bottles.

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Fans looting the vendor

It has also been learned that the CCI officials were expecting the consumption of the sold ones first. The CCI then opened the water bottles and gave away cups and glasses to the crowd. However, by then it was all too late. The venue hosted its first ODI game after a gap of 12 years and the incident certainly won’t make the authorities proud by any means.

As far as cricket is concerned, the Indian batsmen entertained the crowd. Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu scored centuries to stack up a plethora of runs for the hosts. During the Windies run-chase, the young left-arm seamer Khaleel Ahmed and chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav picked up three wickets to rip the heart out of the opposition batting lineup.