Pakistan’s cricket team captain Sarfraz Ahmed while speaking to a press conference has said that he is hopeful to make powerful come back after four-match ban by the ICC for using racist comments against South African player Andile Phehlukwayo.
Answering a question regarding his controversial remarks, he said “When I went to Phehlukwayo he was upset that I had uttered something wrong about his mother”. “We told him about the importance of mother’s prayers in Islam,” he said adding that the South African player found his answer satisfactory and accepted his apology. “My kid received so much criticism on a petty matter,” the skpipper told journalists when asked how did she respond. Sarfraz Ahmed thanked the Pakistan Cricket Board for the way it handled the issue. He also expressed gratitude for the support he received from the nation.
The Pakistani Cricket team’s captain Sarfraz Ahmed made comments about about Andile Phehlukwayo in second ODI against South Africa. Andile Phehlukwayo guided South Africa to a series-levelling win in a second one-day international against Pakistan.
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16 November, 2019