Multiple incidents were reported on, social media website, Twitter
The T20 World Cup match between Pakistan and Afghanistan was marred by crowd trouble within and outside the Dubai International Stadium.
Multiple incidents were reported on, social media website, Twitter.
Its not the management’s fault or anything, they did their job. The crowd was in thousands and it would be difficult for anyone to manage. Anyway. Stop tagging the authorities guys.— hania (@hania19x) October 29, 2021
Have not seen such scenes inside (or outside) the Dubai cricket stadium before! Good performance so far by the Afghanistan team but behaviour of (mainly) their fans outside has resulted in scores of ticket holders still stranded outside the stadium. #PakvsAfg 🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/D5SohIE9L5— Taimur Malik (@taimur_malik) October 29, 2021
Before the game, Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan had pleaded with Afghanistan and Pakistan fans to behave when the two neighbours meet in the T20 World Cup on Friday after a match in England two years ago was scarred by fighting and a pitch invasion.
Afghanistan's star spinner Rashid played in that 50-over World Cup game at a packed Headingley in Leeds in 2019.
His side suffered an agonising defeat but the result was overshadowed by violence and scuffles inside and outside the stadium.