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PCB to take Afghanistan Cricket Fans’ offending behaviour to ICC

PCB to take Afghanistan Cricket Fans' offending behaviour to ICC

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is not happy with Afghanistan Cricket Fan’s poor behaviour with Pakistan Cricket Fans after Mohammad Nabi’s men were forced out of the Asia Cup 2022 following their defeat against the men in green. Ramiz Raja, the chairman of the board gave a detailed statement on the matter and said the stadiums should be made safe for the cricket players and the fans.

He has strongly condemned the act saying it was not acceptable to throw the chairs everywhere in the stadium and hitting Pakistani fans just for losing a cricket match. While announcing the measures taken against it, the PCB has decided to take the matter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) mentioning the entire scenario in detail.

Ramiz narrated the fans are important to the board and this was not the first time they went through such ruthless behaviour of Afghanistan Cricket Fans. The team has been losing to Pakistan on multiple occasions, expelling their chances to qualify for the events’ finals and their fans have always targetted Pakistani fans. Once such incident happened during Pak vs Afg in World Cup 2019

PCB to take Afghanistan Cricket Fans’ offending behaviour with Pakistan Cricket Fans to ICC

Here is what PCB has to say:

Things were not only heated among the fans, as their players threw their choice of words at Pakistani finisher Asif Ali after picking his wicket. The bowler Fareed Ahmad celebrated being too close with Asif, triggering the batter to raise his bat at him. The rest of the Nabi’s players joined the party too lashing at the batter including their water boy choosing a verbal spat with unwanted furious gaze.

Notably, bowler Naseem Shah revenge the disrespect towards his mate Asif, smashing two sixes in the final over to finish the game on a winning note. Naseem’s furious celebrations said it all how much he held within himself to avenge the offending conducts.

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