England fans frustrated with the facilities at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad
England fans have criticised the facilities at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad.
India and England have challenged each other nicely in the first test of the five-match test series. The crowd has been impressive in Hyderabad and they have also got two more days of play. Hyderabad is one of the most cricket frenzy city in India, while the crowd loved the action on field, English fans were not so happy with the facilities they got at Rajiv Gandhi International cricket stadium in Hyderabad.
England supporters flooded social media with pictures and posts of poor facilities they found in Hyderabad while watching the first test match between India and England. England have been challenging India nicely on the field and after the end of day two they have taken a lead of 126 runs. At the end of day two, England have scored 316 runs with the loss of six wickets. Ollie Pope scored a magnificent ton on day two.
England fans complain about facilities
England fans have claimed that there was lack of water for purchase at the venue. They also claimed that the security personal took their flags and water bottles at the entry gate. They also complained about the dirty toilets at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. English media also reported about the problems English fans tackled while watching the first test match in Hyderabad.
One social media user Ben informed about the problems at venue and tweeted a video, “Sun cream, water and flag taken by security/police on the gates. Then not selling any bottled water or sun cream in the ground. Everything extremely dirty too. Lovely toilets to boot. Can’t wait to come back for more tomorrow.” Hyderabad also hosted three league matches of the ICC World Cup 2023 in India.
Team India were bowled out on 436 runs in the first session, Ravindra Jadeja (87) and Axar Patel (44) couldn’t add many runs on the board. India ended the first innings with 190 runs lead. England had a decent batting performance in the second innings. Top-order batter Ollie Pope scored a magnificent century in Hyderabad and took England to a modest lead of 126 runs.
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