The Dubai International Stadium, previously known as the Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, is a multi-reason arena in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is for the most part utilized for cricket and is one of three arenas in the country, the other two being Sharjah Cricket Stadium and Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi. It has a limit of 25,000 onlookers, yet is expandable to 30,000 observers. It is a piece of the Dubai Sports City in Dubai. The planner of this undertaking was the Canadian draftsman, Awsam Matloob. The arena was one of the devoted settings for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, it facilitated Semi Final 2 and the Final on November 11, 2021 and November 14, 2021 separately.
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The principal ODI cricket match played here was among Australia and Pakistan on April 22, 2009; it was won by Pakistan. The arena’s most memorable player to take a five-wicket pull was Shahid Afridi with 6/38, which was his vocation best figures at that point. The top score at this arena is 302* is held by Azhar Ali against West Indies in 2016
The arena facilitated its most memorable Test match when Pakistan played South Africa on 12-16 November 2010; the match brought about a draw.
The November 2010 ODI series among Pakistan and South Africa finished with a 3-2 series win for South Africa. South Africa fixed the series with a 57 run success against Pakistan.
Pakistan held a series against New Zealand and one Twenty20 International against England. This followed with a five-match ODI series of which three matches were played at this arena. The second match in the arena was additionally the last match by Australian global all-rounder Andrew Symonds.
In 2012 Pakistan met England in the principal test at Dubai. Pakistan won it effectively, by 10 wickets. Saeed Ajmal was the Man-of-the-Match, after his extraordinary 10 wicket pull.
In 2012 in mid-August Pakistan played three T20s against Australia, which was a great achievement, not long before the ICC World T20, incorporating an over in the last match, which Pakistan won.
In 2014, The 2014 Indian Premier League competition was held in the arena alongside Zayed Cricket Stadium and Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium. From that point onward, the competition moved back to country India.
In September 2019, it was named as one of the scenes to have cricket matches for the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier competition.
Alongside Abu Dhabi and Sharjah the arena was utilized to have the IPL 2020 as well as the last part of the 2021 competition after it was at first delayed following a Covid-19 flare-up in India. In IPL 2020 Dubai International Stadium played host to the last as Mumbai Indians crushed Delhi Capitals and in 2021 Chennai Super Kings crushed Kolkata Knight Riders in finals.
The contribute conditions Dubai for T20 cricket were essentially improved during IPL 2020 a reality brought into the world out by the higher typical T20 score in Dubai that was seen in that competition by correlation with matches previously.
The Dubai International Stadium is lit by a unique arrangement of floodlights named “Ring of Fire”. The 350 floodlights are fixed around the circuit of its round rooftop, in this way limiting the shadows of articles in the ground and having no light pinnacles.
Facilitated two consecutive day-night Test matches, first among Pakistan and West Indies, and afterward among Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Facilitated 2 ODI matches among Pakistan and Australia from 22 to 24 April 2009.
Facilitated 2 Twenty20 matches among Pakistan and New Zealand from 12 to 13 November 2009.
Facilitated 3 Indian melodic shows on 1 and 2 November 2009 and 2 December 2013.
Facilitated 2 Twenty20 matches among Pakistan and England from 13 to 14 February 2010.
The Els Club, situated in Dubai sports city facilitated Callaways Odyssey.
Dubai Sports city facilitated World Twenty20 qualifier matches in February 2010.
Facilitated 3 ODI matches among Pakistan and South Africa from 2 to 8 November 2010.
Facilitated a Test match among Pakistan and South Africa on 12 November 2010.
Facilitated IPL7’s First Leg.
Facilitated 2017 Desert T20 Challenge.
Facilitated PSL (Pakistan Super League 2016) with Opening function and Final.
Facilitated PSL (Pakistan Super League 2017) with Opening ceremony.
Facilitated PSL (Pakistan Super League 2018) with Opening function.
Facilitated 2018 Asia Cup and 2018 Asia Cup Final.
Facilitated PSL (Pakistan Super League 2019) with Opening function.
Facilitated IPL (Indian Premier League 2020).
Facilitated IPL (Indian Premier League 2021) second Phase.
first opportunity to Host an ICC Tournament 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup with Oman.
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