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Published on 06 Oct 2015 | about 1 year ago

A live view from Barabati Stadium, when people threw bottle at field.
The visitors overhauled the 93-run target with 17-balls to spare to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Put into bat, the hosts faltered against a disciplined South African attack to be bowled out for a paltry 92 in 17.2 overs and the crowd, unable to digest the pathetic batting display, started throwing water bottles onto the ground. This was India's second lowest T20 score after their 74 against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in February 2008.

The spectators at the Barabati Stadium continued to throw bottles during the South African chase but could only delay the inevitable as Proteas cruised to victory.

It was a disgraceful behaviour by the crowd, who did not respond to repeated requests on the public system to keep calm putting a question mark on future cricket matches in the city. The behaviour also tarnished India's image at the cricket venue.
The spectators at the Barabati Stadium continued to throw bottles during the South African chase but could only delay the inevitable as Proteas cruised to victory.

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