If you don’t want to come, please resell your tickets: Nishama told Indians

Sports Desk

13 July 2019, Sat
Published: 01:07

If you don’t want to come, please resell your tickets: Nishama told Indians

Cricket will see a new champion in the ODI format after England joined New Zealand in the final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. We see new champion team.

England will be playing their first final since 1992 while New Zealand have made it to their second successive title clash. 

Wherever India plays, there is the euphoria of Indian visitors. All the match tickets are in their pocket. Indians have stadiums when the visitors of other countries woke up for the ticket in this year's World Cup.

Considering that Kohli and Dhonals will be in the final, half of the final tickets were filled with pockets of self-supporters.

Before the semi-finals, various media sources said, Indians have bought 41% of the tickets in the final. But if their favorite team can not get to the final, what will they come to watch at all? If not, what will happen to the tickets?

Ahead of the final at the Lord's Cricket Ground, Kiwi all-rounder Jimmy Neesham took to Twitter, asking the Indian cricket fans to hand out their tickets for the final if they are not willing to come for it. 

Neesham tweet read, ‘Dear Indian cricket fans. If you don’t want to come to the final anymore then please be kind and resell your tickets via the official platform. I know it’s tempting to try to make a large profit but please give all genuine cricket fans a chance to go, not just the wealthy.’