Two Protestors Walk Into The Field During The India Vs. Australia First ODI Match

 

Image Credit – The Hindu

 

The cricket lovers and fans have returned to the ground as India and Australia is warming up the ground after a long pause regarding the global pandemic.

After eight months of empty stadiums and no international cricket matches, the India VS Australia engagement is creating a lot of anticipation among sports lovers. The engagement comprises three ODI matches, T20 Internationals, and four test matches.

The matches are held in Sydney, Australia, and the cricket board has allowed 50 percent of the respective stadium’s capacity for the audience to enjoy the series. The series started on 27th November, Friday.

Though the match started peacefully, there was a little interruption due to two protestors who walked into the field after five overs during the first ODI between the two teams.

One of the protestors was holding a placard and denouncing India’s Adani Group’s coal project in Australia. They reached close to the pitch just before Indian pacer Navdeep Saini was about to start bowling the sixth over in the innings of his home team.

Soon the protestors were escorted by the security after their invasion and the match continued.



      

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