Fans revel in India-Pakistan rivalry
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The touts went about their business selling tickets illegally for more than double their price.
Despite the match being inconsequential with Pakistan taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, cricket fans turned up in large numbers to watch the rivalry unfolding in front of their eyes.
Those, who missed out on a chance to buy tickets, obliged the touts by purchasing the tickets for the cheaper stands.
Cricket lovers, who purchased the genuine tickets when bookings had opened for the high-profile clash, helplessly watched the spectacle of the blackies ruling the roost.
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