In the first day night Test match played between India and Bangladesh at Kolkata's Eden Gardens, Team India won on the third day. Bangladeshi team succumbed to India's bowling in just 3 days. India won the match by an innings and 46 runs to take the series 2–0. The audience got thrilled about the first Pink Ball Test match being held in India. Almost all the tickets for the five days were booked but the match ended in three days after which Bengal Cricket has decided to refund the spectators two days' money.
In the first hour on Sunday, India won the Kolkata Test against Bangladesh. The CAB then decided to refund the ticket money for the fourth and fifth days. The CAB was informed about this, the process of refunding the tickets for the fourth and fifth days of the match has started. A message has been sent to all the online ticket booking vendors who booked tickets for these two days only. Today, the CAB will remain closed for a day after the successful holding of the first Day Night Test match in India. Once we return to work again, work will also be started for refunding the online ticket sales.
It is our own responsibility to return the money when the last two days of the matches are not played. The rule is that if a single ball is bowled on the day of the match, the money is not returned, but nothing is going to happen in this match because there will be no play on the last two days, said CAB. The CAB thanked the spectators for the three-day ticket purchase. It was said by the CAB, many thanks to everyone for coming in such a number every day.