ODI World Cup 2023, IND vs AFG: The 9th match of the World Cup between India and Afghanistan is being played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Regarding this match, former England captain Michael Vaughan questioned the vacant seats in the stands, to which former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh gave him a befitting reply. This answer of Bhajji is going viral very fast. Fans also seem happy with this answer of Bhajji.
Michael Vaughan wrote on X.com asking, “Why are there so many empty seats for the India match in Delhi?” Responding to this, Harbhajan Singh wrote through his X account, “Are you watching the match or the empty seats??”
Are you watching the game or are the seats empty?? https://t.co/4e1wgfAckn
-Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) 11 October 2023
Fans also scolded Michael Vaughn
Responding to Michael Vaughan, a user wrote, “Lord’s maximum capacity is 31,000. “Even in any Indian stadium, only 45 percent spectators are more than the full packed stadium in England.” Another user wrote, “The stadium is completely full. In a 50-over match, you cannot expect the stadium to be filled with the first ball.” Similarly, fans gave different answers to Michael Vaughn.
Maximum capacity in England – 31000 (Lord’s)
Even 45 percent spectators in any Indian stadium is more than the full packed stadium of England.
– Shubman Gang (@ShubmanGang) 11 October 2023
The stadium is completely packed. You cannot expect the stadium to be filled with the first ball of a 50 over match.
– Manish Kumar (@manis_misra) 11 October 2023
Afghanistan looked good in the first innings
Let us tell you that in the match, Afghanistan won the toss and decided to bowl first and scored 272 runs for 8 wickets on the board in 50 overs. Captain Hashmatullah Shahidi played the biggest inning of 80 runs for the team. His innings included 8 fours and 1 six. Apart from this, Azmatullah Umarzai played an inning of 62 runs with the help of 2 fours and 4 sixes. Both of them made a partnership of 121 runs for the fourth wicket. Whereas in bowling, Jasprit Bumrah took maximum 4 wickets for India. During this, he gave only 39 runs in 10 overs.
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