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Spectators at cricket matches are usually known to offer polite smatterings of applause to mark a boundary, emit the odd ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ if the ball whizzes past the edge of the bat, and respectfully say “Well played, sir!” if a batsman gets dismissed.

However, South Africa’s six-wicket win versus India in the second T20 International at Cuttack earlier this week saw another side of the cricket fan rear it’s ugly head.

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After India batted first and were bowled out for 92, their second lowest T20I score ever, the home crowd showed their frustration by throwing plastic water bottles onto the outfield as South Africa cantered to an easy win.

Two separate half-hour stoppages in play ensued and the aftermath is likely to see the Barabati stadium, which was hosting its first ever international T20 contest, get banned from hosting India matches for the foreseeable future.

Far from the stereotypical image of spectators at a cricket match respectfully applauding in between sips of Earl Grey tea, Sport360 looks at ten moments in cricket’s history when sitting on a plastic seat all day just wasn’t enough.


During an ODI match against India in 2008 at Brisbane, a fan dressed in absolutely nothing interrupted play as he ran onto the field to complete a lap of honour around the ground.

Little did he know that running in the general direction of Aussie all-rounder Andrew Symonds was probably the single biggest mistake he would make in his whole life.

Symonds, who trained with a rugby club in the off-season, ended the streaker’s joy run with a classic rugby crash tackle that left him flat on his back.

Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds rugby-tackled a streaker in 2008.


Jamshedpur’s Keenan Stadium was the scene of an ugly fan mob during an ODI between India and the West Indies in 2002.

With the visitors needing just 12 more runs to chase down an imposing total, members of the crowd decided to start throwing bottles on to the pitch, light fires in the stands and rip apart advertising boards.

As the umpires and players rushed to the dressing room for safety, the match was abandoned with the Windies winning via Duckworth-Lewis.

A match was abandoned at the Jamshedpur’s Keenan Stadium in 2002.


The seventh and final match of the 1971 Ashes played in Sydney was almost abandoned mid-way through because of crowd trouble.

On the second day of play, England fast bowler John Snow brought upon the wrath of the home crowd after he hit tail-ender Terry Jenner on the head with a bouncer, forcing him to retire hurt.

A drunk member of the crowd grabbed Snow after he retuned to his fielding position next to the boundary, sparking a melee. Beer cans were then thrown at the England team as skipper Ray Illingworth led his side off the field.

In the end, 190 people were ejected and 14 fans were arrested for offensive behavior.

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