Fans shared a video of the same on social media tagging ICC and ACC.
Last Updated: 05.02 PM, Sep 11, 2022
While India may have not reached the final of the Asia Cup 2022, fans still want to enjoy a good game of cricket. However, what came as a shock was fans seen wearing Team India jerseys were not allowed to even enter the Dubai International Stadium.
The Bharat Army, one of Team India's biggest fan page shared a video of some fans who spoke about the incident that took place.
They revealed that fans seen wearing Indian jerseys were not allowed into the venue and one even stated that they were told to either wear a Pakistani jersey or a Sri Lankan jersey to enter the stadium.
The Bharat Army shared the video on Twitter and also tagged ICC and the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) asking them to look into the matter.
"The @icc & @ACCMedia1 we urge you to investigate as our members travelled all they way from India to watch the #AsiaCup2022 and have been told they can’t enter the stadium by local officials and the police! Absolutely shocking treatment! #BharatArmy #PAKvSL," read the caption of Bharat Army's post.
As far as the match is concerned, Sri Lanka made a shocking comeback especailly after they were stunned 58/5.
However, Bhanuka Rajapaksa and Wanindu Hasaranga put on a good partnership as they took the side to 170/6 after 20 overs.