Vizagites Throng Stadium to Cheer Team India

Leaving no spectator disappointed, the men in blue left Vizag victorious.

Published: 15th February 2016 05:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th February 2016 05:01 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM:  It is a dream come true for the cricket fans of the port city who are cheering their favourite team players and it is the best hangout spot for the youngsters, especially for the ones celebrating the Valentine’s Day.

Super sixes, loud noise and the ecstatic crowd are what exactly the moment of the cricket lovers watching the third and final T20 match between India and Sri Lanka at the ACA-VDCA stadium in the city on Sunday.


All the roads leading to the stadium were crowded with people shouting on their bikes and with national flags painted on their faces of both the countries. Irrespective of age, most of the denizens dressed in blue showed their love for India. Coinciding with the Valentine’s Day, families especially the young couples, had a gala time watching the match. The youngsters holding placards reading ‘I left my Valentine to watch T20 match’ ran through the roads. “As Valentine’s Day special, I gifted cricket pass for my husband who is a big cricket lover and it was a big day for us being in the stadium, cheering our favourite players,” said Kavisha Duggal, a lecturer in Raghu Engineering College. 

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