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IND vs SA 2nd T20: India-South Africa team clashed in Cuttack in 2015, there was a lot of ruckus

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IND vs SA in Barabati Stadium: The Indian team, who lost the first match of the 5-match T20 series against South Africa, is trying to make a strong comeback in the second match. But where this match is to be held, India’s record against the Proteas team is not good. In fact, even 7 years ago, the Indian team has faced South Africa here, in which Team India had to face a very embarrassing defeat. The Indian team was all out for just 92 runs in that match and the African team was winning by 6 wickets. After India’s defeat, the spectators present in the stadium were very angry and they created a ruckus.

India had scored 92 runs
The game had to be stopped three times due to the uproar. After the match, captain Dhoni had said that perhaps the spectators were having a lot of fun throwing the bottle. In fact, in 2015, the first T20 match was played between India and South Africa at the stadium in Cuttack. The Indian team, who came to bat first, could only score 92 runs. This was India’s second low total in T20 Internationals. Earlier, India could only score 74 runs against Australia in 2008. In such a situation, the angry spectators started throwing bottles on the field, due to which the game had to be stopped.

The match had to be stopped thrice
Chasing the target of 93 runs, the South African team scored 64 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. The visiting team needed 29 runs off 54 balls to win. India’s defeat was almost certain, during which the spectators once again threw bottles. In such a situation, the match had to be stopped again and the spectators were pacified. After some time, the spectators again threw the bottles, then after stopping the game, the rowdy spectators were thrown out of the field. 

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