IND vs PAK: India Vs Pakistan T20 World Cup 2022 Match Tickets match tickets sold out within five minutes

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IND vs PAK: India Vs Pakistan T20 World Cup 2022 Match Tickets match tickets sold out within five minutes

India Vs Pakistan: The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is creating a lot of buzz, with general ticket allocations for two match-days sold out on the first day after they went on sale to the general public.

The MCG’s general ticket allocations for India and Pakistan on October 23 and the SCG’s double-header on October 27 featuring South Africa vs Bangladesh and India vs Group A runner-up have all been sold out.

This comes after 200,000 tickets were sold during the pre-sale period for the 45 matches scheduled to take place in Australia between October 16 and November 13.

The allocations for the India – Pakistan match were sold out within five minutes of being on sale. Demonstrating the high demand for one of international cricket’s most storied rivalries.

When the worldwide showcase for men’s T20 cricket comes to Australia for the first time. Over 800,000 fans expected to attend. And there are still plenty of seats available in the general public sale for all remaining fixtures.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) has a capacity of approximately 1 lakh people, making it one of the world’s largest stadiums.

It’s the first time that Australia will host T20 cricket’s global showpiece for men. With matches to played in Adelaide, Brisbane, Geelong, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Local Organising Committee CEO Michelle Enright said:

“There’s nothing bigger in cricket than a World Cup. And the T20 format is such a fun, energetic, vibrant celebration of cricket and culture. It really is the big time and that’s exactly what the campaign we are launching today is all about.

“To see stars of the game towering over our host cities. And making their presence felt through sheer size and entertainment speaks to the impact we want to make with fans. I really hope it puts smiles on faces and gets Australia excited. To witness the best players go head-to-head in our own backyard.”

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