Australia's Adam Zampa describes Guwahati bus attack as 'pretty scary'
Oct 13 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Two men arrested for throwing stone at team bus while returning from stadium The Australia cricket team suffered a scare following their Twenty20 worldwide win over India in Guwahati on Tuesday after a rock was thrown at their team bus, shattering one of the windows, governing body Cricket Australia (CA) said. Zampa shared the environment inside the Australian team bus when the incident happened and what was their reaction. Earlier in the day, Union Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore, condemning the incident, insisted that India was still one of the most gracious hosts in world.
Meanwhile, as per the direction of Sonowal, a team comprising state sports minister Naba Kumar Doley, chief secretary Pipersenia and the police chief met the Australian team to show the government's support and brief them about the security arrangements that have been made after the incident. He said that the security personnel helped restore calmness and described the incident as 'pretty scary'.
The victory was also Australia's first over India in eight T20 Internationals. Aus [Australia] team & Federation Internationale de Football Association are content w/those [with those].
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Admitting that the security of visiting athletes and teams is paramount, Rathore confirmed that he had a word with Sonowal regarding the incident. "Really unfortunate incident after a great game aimed to tarnish Guwahati's reputation as an emerging sports hub". Have spoken to @sarbanandsonwal ji about the Guwahati incident. "The investigation is in full swing & Police have already picked up 2 suspects". The opener of Australian cricket team Aaron Finch tweeted a picture of the broken window. But after a memorable win, the visitors' players got a scare when a rock, reported to be a size of a cricket ball, was thrown at their bus by some miscreant.
India and Australia will now head to Hyderabad to lock horns in the series-decider T-20 match of the three-match series, which is to be played on October 13 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.