It was six pm and the Indian and Pakistan team had stopped for their tea break. India had one the toss and had chosen to bat. India had made a score of 338 for a loss of 6 wickets in fifty overs. Being the manager of the stadium a was sitting on top of the pavilion in a glass box with some of the top corporates of Banglore.
The match then resumed at six thirty, it was Pakistan’s turn to chase and out turn to bowl. Sitting in the sealed glass box I could not exactly hear what people were shouting but it was like the people were yelling their voice of trying to distract and make the Pakistani players more nervous. People were acting as if they had gone absolutely mad. People were banging on bottles just for the sake of making noise.
It was now that India was bowling the third ball of the eleventh over that Harbajan Singh took the first wicket. At this the whole stadium got up form there seats and began to cheer. By the end of the twelfth over Pakistan had made seventy-eight and had a run rate of 6.5. By the end of the twentieth over Pakistan lost one more wicket and had a score of one hundred and twenty six. Now it was seen that the run rate of the Pakistan’s was dropping.
Of and on a was looking with my binoculars at the people in their seats incase any mischief was going on. After I had had seen what was happening a saw some people in the Janta stall who were trying to light paper on fire. I immediately in formed the police on duty and got had person thrown out of the stadium. I went out of the sealed a/c glass box into the balcony and could hear nothing but screams. In the twenty fifth over, Sachin took two wickets in a row and he was on a hatrick. Now the crowd was screaming even louder. I then returned back to the A/c room and continued watching from there. Pakistan’s present score was 150.There was not much chance of the Pakistans’s beating us in the way in which they were playing.