Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is going to refund the money to buyers of last two days’ tickets for Bangladesh and India match at Eden Gardens.
Last two days of the Test match were not played the game ended on the third day.
Tickets upto the fourth day of Kolkata test between Bangladesh and India at Eden Gardens were sold out. But those spectators who bought it, they were alarmed only after the first day. As the match ends first hour of the third day, these fans now face a big loss. But Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) understands these fans. They have arranged to return the money for the non-played last two days of the match.
CAB was responsible for conducting the day-night test of pink ball at Eden. Most tickets are sold through an online platform. Tickets were also sold from Eden counter. CAB has already begun the process of refunding for tickets sold online.
The message is being delivered to the buyers. Customers will receive money in their own accounts within a week. Besides, those who bought tickets directly, worry for them either. CAB is planning on how to refund their money as well.
There was a huge arrangement in Kolkata around the pink ball test, lot of excitement among the spectators too. But everything washed away by Bangladesh's poor performance. Mominul Haque and co. survived for two days but lost within the opening hour of the third day by an innings. India's supporters were also disappointed with this. Nobody likes one-sided match.