SYDNEY (Dharti News) – A three-match ODI series between Australia and India began today with the return of international cricket fans to the stadium. In the ODI match being played at Sydney Stadium today, 50% of the spectators were allowed to watch the match.
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Similarly, when it hosts the third Test match of the ground series on January 7, 50% of the spectators will be allowed to enter and according to Cricket Australia, 27,000 tickets will be sold every day for the match.
According to Dharti News, after the corona virus, international and domestic cricket was gradually restored but the spectators were not allowed to enter the stadium. However, the cricket boards of India and Australia ensured security measures to allow spectators to enter the stadium.
Inspired by the 1992 World Cup jersey, the Indian sponsors have created a very similar jersey which is very much liked by the Indian people. Several Indian cricketers, who were part of the 1992 World Cup squad, seized the opportunity and posted pictures on social media with their old jerseys. Only 25% of the spectators are allowed to enter the Melbourne arena, while the Gabba stadium boxing The day test will be played in the presence of 75% of the spectators.
The match between the two teams is also memorable for Indian fans in the sense that after 28 years, the Indian team is once again wearing a 1992 World Cup style jersey. Both teams paid tribute to the late Australian all-rounders Dan Jones and Phil Hughes.
A minute’s silence was observed in Dan Jones ‘memory and his memorable videos were played in the stadium on which Dan Jones’ cheerful smiles were spread on the faces of the spectators who watched the videos with wet eyes.