World Cup 2023: Viral screenshot shows tickets for India-Pakistan game being sold for INR 57 lakh
India will take on Pakistan on October 14 in Ahmedabad in the ODI World Cup 2023.
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The excitement for the upcoming ODI World Cup 2023 is building up, and with the marquee tournament all set to begin on October 5, the fans will be lying in wait to see the best players from world cricket take on one another in thrilling clashes. One of the most anticipated matches of the tournament will be the clash between India and Pakistan at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 14.
However, with the tickets for the game all sold out, the fans have taken to the secondary market to get their hands on them. In an eyebrow-raising incident, a picture went viral across social media as several tickets for the game were being sold at a price of INR 57 lakhs on the secondary market.
A screenshot of the same has been circulating across the internet, as a global online sports ticket platform was seen selling the tickets at such a hefty price.
India-Pakistan ODI WC 2023 match tickets being sold at ₹57 lakh, screenshot surfaces— Balanced Report (@reportbalanced) September 5, 2023
Tickets for the India-Pakistan ODI World Cup 2023 match in Ahmedabad have raised eyebrows as some are being sold on the secondary market for over ₹57 lakh. A screenshot circulating online… pic.twitter.com/Reb7K13lOB
Undoubtedly, fans will look forward to the game between India and Pakistan the most. The two sides have a plethora of history between them and over the years, they have faced each other in many thrilling clashes, especially in the World Cup. Led by Rohit Sharma, team India will be going into the tournament looking to break their dreaded ICC curse.
Both sides recently faced each other at the ongoing Asia Cup 2023, where the game was abandoned after rain played spoilsport throughout several stages of the game. With the World Cup around the corner, the fans will lie in wait to witness yet another thrilling encounter between India and Pakistan.