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India vs Pakistan clash in 2022 T20 World Cup: Tickets sold out, says ICC

In the press release, ICC said, tickets have been purchased by the fans from 82 different countries to watch the world’s best players from 16 international teams.

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New Delhi: International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday said tickets for India’s match against arch-rivals Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the T20 World Cup 2022 on October 23 have been sold out.

ICC further informed that even additional standing room tickets were “snapped up within minutes of going on sale.”

ICC, the global cricket body said for the upcoming mega event in Australia, over 500,000 tickets have been sold.

India will be squaring of against Pakistan in their opening Super 12s fixture.

In the press release, ICC said, tickets have been purchased by the fans from 82 different countries to watch the world’s best players from 16 international teams.

“We are delighted by the uptake of tickets for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup with over 500,000 already being snapped up. The excitement is really building with just over a month to go and this World Cup is set to be an unmissable event. There are still some tickets available to buy, so fans should make sure they secure theirs while they are still available,” ICC Head of Events, Chris Tetley said.

“ICC Men’s T20 World Cup CEO Michelle Enright said there’s been support for different teams and is happy that more kids will be witnessing the showpiece event.

“We’ve also seen a spread of support for different teams across the event, which is going to make for an incredible atmosphere at our matches with a strong mix of passionate fans at each venue. We’re particularly proud of our accessibly priced tickets for families and it’s great to see that so many kids are going to come out and experience a World Cup. There are still some great tickets available, so I’d encourage everyone who hasn’t secured their seats to jump on board for what will be an unmissable event,” she said.

(With inputs from the agency)

 

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