Cuttack attack: Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

Cuttack crowd caused havoc from the stands during the 2nd T20I between India and South Africa

FP Sports October 06, 2015 01:22:27 IST
Cuttack attack: Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat
Cuttack attack Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

"What are they thinking?" India's Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, left watch as the crowd troubleheld up play in Cuttack. PTI

Cuttack attack Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

Time to chill. Indian players sit in the ground as their second Twenty20 cricket match against South Africa is disrupted after spectators threw water bottles in Cuttack. AP Photo

Cuttack attack Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

Water bottles thrown by spectators lie on the ground. There were multiple delays because of the incident. AP/PTI

Cuttack attack Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

All the South African batsmen Farhaan Behardien, left and Jean-Paul Duminy do is sit and watch. AP Photo.

Cuttack attack Bottles hurled by unruly crowd as India suffer crushing defeat

The players had to eventually walk back as the umpires and referees waited for the crowd to calm down. The match finished n front of empty stands as India slumped to a series defeat in the T20I series. AP Photo

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