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Pcb Lodges Complaint To Icc Regarding Behavior Of Fans In Pakistan-India Match

  • Posted on October 23, 2023
  • Sports
  • By Haroon Ameen
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Due to suspected "inappropriate behaviour" towards the Pakistan national cricket team during their World Cup 2023 match against India in Ahmedabad on October 14, 2023, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has formally filed a complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Babar Azam and his squad endured offensive chanting from spectators during the India game at the Narendra Modi Stadium, while wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Rizwan was also the target of religious taunts.

Mickey Arthur, the head coach of Pakistan, stated that the World Cup "seemed like a BCCI event" because there was little Pakistan support in the crowd following Pakistan's defeat over India.

Videos of Pakistani players experiencing religious taunts and boos during the highlight match, which India won convincingly, were also made public.

Babar Azam and his squad endured offensive chanting from spectators during the India game at the Narendra Modi Stadium, while wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Rizwan was also the target of religious taunts.

When Rizwan dedicated Pakistan's historic victory over Sri Lanka to the Palestinian people, some Indian supporters showed their outrage.

It should be mentioned that Vineet Jindal, a Supreme Court of India attorney, recently filed a new case against Rizwan for his act of praying throughout the game against the Netherlands on October 6.

On the other side, the PCB has once more filed a formal protest with the ICC, this time highlighting concerns over the lengthy wait times for awarding visas to Pakistani journalists and the absence of a defined visa policy for Pakistani cricket fans during the ongoing World Cup 2023.

Even after the World Cup 2023 had been going on for about a week, the Pakistan Cricket Board expressed its unhappiness last week over the protracted delay in awarding Pakistani fans and journalists visas to India.

Furthermore, prior to the game set for October 14th, some journalists arrived in India after receiving visas.

The massive event began on October 5, but Pakistanis are still in the dark because Indian authorities haven't yet given them participation visas, despite the fact that the major event has been going on since then.

With two victories in three games and one defeat to India, Pakistan is presently fourth in the standings.

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