Afghan spectators riot, and the decision of PCB to take the case to ICC -

Afghan spectators riot, and the decision of PCB to take the case to ICC

After the victory of Pakistan in the Super Four stage of Isha Kab, the Afghan spectators rioted. According to Sama TV, after the rioting of the Afghan spectators during the Pak-Afghan match in Sharjah, the PCB also came to the field and the matter came up.

Decided to stay in CC. In a statement issued by the PCB, it was said that the Afghan spectators did not show sportsmanship, this is their third time, similar incidents happened in 2019 and 2021, and we cannot leave our cricket fans alone. Because cricket fans are our asset and we don’t want such incidents to happen again.

What happened was that in the Pakistan-Afghanistan match, Pakistan defeated Afghanistan by one wicket after a sensational match.

In the grief of defeat, the Afghan spectators vandalized the stadium and also hit the Pakistani cricket spectators with chairs in the stadium. It went viral.
Pakistani cricket fans across the country, including Pakistan, were heartbroken.

After that there was anger in the PCB too, that’s why PCB will take the protest of the Afghan spectators to the ICC forum. It should be remembered that the important match of the Super Four stage was played between Pakistan and Afghanistan yesterday, on which the captain of the Pakistan team won the toss and decided to field first.

The Afghan team scored 130 runs in 20 overs while batting first. Target given.

But when Pakistan batted, the performance of the Pakistani batsmen was also not good.

But Asif Ali tried to support some team, after a six, Asif Ali was dismissed in the 19th over by Afghanistan bowler Farid and Pakistan. Batsman Asif Ali exchanged harsh words, after which both players were banned for two matches and fined.