Move will be made to rebuff fans engaged with “fights” at the World Cup coordinate among Pakistan and Afghanistan at Headingley, says the International Cricket Council.
Recordings via web-based networking media indicated fans conflicting outside the ground and a gathering attempting to get through the entryways between the fundamental street and the ground in Leeds.
Fans were additionally observed bouncing over the fence that encompasses the ground and accessing the concourse behind the Western Terrace.
The conflicts proceeded after Pakistan’s exciting three-wicket triumph, with supporters charging on to the pitch and a few fans caught on camera tossing punches at one another in the stands.
An ICC representative said they knew about “a few fights among a minority of fans”.
It was additionally revealed that “physical conflicts” in the stands prompted some being expelled from the arena.
“We are as of now working with the setting security group and neighborhood police power to guarantee there are no further episodes,” the representative included.
“We don’t support this sort of conduct, and will make suitable move against any enemy of social conduct that riches the delight for most of fans.”
Talking after the game, Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib stated: “We’re here to leave a decent impression of my group and furthermore my nation.
“So on the off chance that you take a gander at my nation, there’s bad going on in the last 40, 45 years. Be that as it may, we’re here to show to the world we need fellowship.
“To every one of the spectators viewing these sorts of matches, this is just a cricket game. Simply watch the cricket game. It’s a game.”
West Yorkshire Police said they were called to “reports of some inconvenience outside the ground connected to individuals attempting to get in”.
“Officials took care of scatter the gathering with no issues and stayed on watch in the region,” an announcement included.