The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed a strong resentment to the International Cricket Council (PCB) to ban the setting of 4 games by Sarfaraz Ahmed for racist comments.
Sarfaraz made a fierce racist observation against South African Andyle Felukuwao at the second ODI. Later Sarfaraj noticed the matter and could not even express his grief for Felukuwa. The 31-year-old wicketkeeper batle, who finished finishing the ICC ban, previously Twitter, expressed his grief.
The ICC banned Sarfaraz before the international quarter of a day in Johannesburg. For this reason, in the party, it was replaced by Pakistani captain Shoaib Malik. Sarfaraz will not play this natural course.
The PCB said in a statement: "The PCB expressed a strong disappointment for the decision of the ICC against Sarfaraz. This type of punishment can not be accepted if the problem is resolved between the two players and the board. South Africa's Cricket Board accepted it after Sarfaraz publicly expressed regret. The PCB follows the zero tolerance policy against such comments and racist behavior.
The PCB has decided to bring Sarabjit to Pakistan after discussions with him. Shoaib Malik will occupy the rest of the ODI series and the T20 series. Mohammad Rizwan has already been included in the T20 squad.
The 37th on the second ODI against South Africa of the series. Sarfaraz commented on racial discrimination against Protea allrounder Andil Felukayo during the maintenance of the victims. Call Felukuyo busy in the baptism, he called "Black", who was trapped in the microphone of the stamp. He later became viral in social media. There is a storm of criticism. Later, Sarfaraj wants to apologize to the social media. He got pardon
However, the captain of Protea, Faf du Plesis, also said: "I have forgiven him because he said forgiveness. The responsibility of this comment is taken by Sarfaraz. Now it's not in our hands. L & # 39 ; ICC is watching the subject.
He also said: "South Africa must be very careful while commenting annoying reasoning. I am sure that Sarfaraz did not say this to Felukayo, but he assumed the responsibility of this comment. Now let's see what the consequences are. We do not take it lightly.
After the apology of Sarfaraz, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) lamented the incident through a formal statement. But the ICC made a decision on punishment. The ban against Sarfaraz was issued this Sunday when he was found guilty of the investigation.
As a result, Sarfaraz will not be able to play the two remaining ODIs in South Africa and the first two games of the Twenty20 series as of February.