Brawl bursts out after Big Bash game in Adelaide Oval after Adelaide Strikers played Melbourne Stars
The other big bash: shocking brawl breaks loose among fans at a cricket match – like howling children get out of the way
- Fierce brawl unfolded after Big Bash game in the Adelaide Oval on Friday night
- Adelaide Strikers faced Melbourne Stars and won the clash with 41 points
- The spotlight was turned from the winning team to violent bullies outside the oval
- Footage showed safety escort man from terrain as child cried in the arms of the mother
Aidan Wondracz for Daily Mail Australia
A shocking brawl erupted for the terrified children after a Big Bash cricket match.
The Adelaide Strikers faced Melbourne Stars in the Adelaide Oval on Friday-evening and went on the win with 41 runs.
But the spotlight was quickly turned away from the winning team after the violent mistreatment took place outside the field, 9 News reported.
A shocking fight (photo) broke out after Friday's Big Bash cricket match in the Adelaide Oval
The fight unfolded for the terrified children, with a boy left in tears because of the fight
"Unnecessary, unfounded, disgusting, there were so many children in the neighborhood," said Kyron Huddy.
Mr. Huddy managed to film the ugly brawl as it unfolded.
The Strikers fan filmed pyramids of empty cups stacked along a barrier outside the cricket ground.
When he reached the end, a man in a yellow cap tried to jump over the barrier and take a stump to another man in a collar shirt.
The man in the shirt with collar managed to pull his opponent halfway through the barrier and put a few punches in him.
Two other men taunted each other on both sides of the border until a guard succeeded in pulling one of them away.
Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority said, aside from the brawl (photo), the behavior of the crowd was exemplary at night
A child could be seen on the camera and cried in her mother's arms as a guard, and a policeman accompanied one of the men.
Fortunately, the guard was there to stop it … he ended up with a bloody nose, but it could have been worse, & # 39; said Mr. Huddy.
The police of South Australia are now investigating the altercation.
Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority said, apart from the brawl, the behavior of the crowd at night was exemplary.