Tricolour fiasco yet again at Newlands

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Indian tricolour fluttering upside down at the Newlands Stadium in Cape Town. Image Source: Xtra Time

Internet Desk: Cricket  South Africa has made the same blunder on Tuesday, like they did ahead of the first Test at Newlands where everyone saw that the Indian flag fluttering inside the stadium was hoisted wrongly along with the South African national flag and Cricket South Africa flag. And now yet again it happened on the eve of the third ODI between the hosts South Africa and India.

It’s an utter nonsense from the Newlands Cricket stadium cricket authority that they have done the same mistake like they did at the beginning of the Test series.

During that time, on being brought to notice the Newlands Stadium management acted promptly in correcting the faux they made while hoisting the tricolour, but this time nobody was there from the authority who can rectify the mistake.

The current news from the center is that the Newlands Stadium authority has rectified their blunder today after the BCCI officials talked with Cricket South Africa (CSA) management and asked them to hoist the tricolour properly as early as possible. Beside that the board has also made it clear that they are unhappy with the incident that happened again at Newlands.

Virat Kohli led Indian cricket team is in red hot form in the ongoing limited overs series as they are leading the six-match ODI series 2-0.



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