Every match in the current World Cup is seeing the light of fireworks. Bets are being made by turning off the lights of the stadium during a match and after the match. But it will not be seen in the four matches of the World Cup. ICC has taken this decision on the request of the Indian Cricket Board.
There will be no fireworks display at the World Cup matches in Mumbai and Delhi. The only reason is the pollution of these two cities. Pollution levels in Delhi and Mumbai are so high that BCCI does not want to increase the pollution by bursting firecrackers there.
Indian Cricket Board Secretary Jai Shah himself spoke to the ICC. He said, “BCCI is worried about the atmosphere in Mumbai and Delhi. I have informed the ICC on behalf of the board. They have decided that there will be no display of fireworks during the games in these two fields. This decision has been taken to prevent further pollution in the environment.
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Mumbai still have three matches left in the World Cup. There are India-Sri Lanka matches on Thursday and Australia-Afghanistan matches on November 7. There will also be a semi-final. Only one match left in Delhi. Bangladesh-Sri Lanka will face each other there on November 6. There will be no fireworks display in these four matches.
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