Tricolour put up upside down in Mohali

Updated: 17 October 2008 06:49 IST

In a major goof up, the Indian Tricolour was unfurled upside down this morning when the second cricket Test between India and Australia began on Friday.

Tricolour put up upside down in Mohali

Mohali:

In a major goof up, the Indian Tricolour was unfurled upside down this morning when the second cricket Test between India and Australia began on Friday.

The green strip of the national flag was on top while saffron was at the bottom.

The Australian flag next to the Tricolour was properly put up and after about half an hour into the match, PCA officials realised their mistake and made amends.

The flag was seen fluttering on top of the north pavilion block.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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