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Maybe someone thought in Urdu would not be able to catch anyone. But technology does not spare anyone, Sarfaraz has not even left. Sarfaraz’s comment that has been caught in the second ODI of the series against South Africa in the previous day, which is likely to be a big danger. The captain of the ugly racist comments. Racist comments are very sensitive, it is absolutely unacceptable in sports, it is a ugly indication of Sarfaraz’s remarks on him. Opponent disrespect a cricketer’s mother.

There has been strong criticism about this. ICC has been investigating the incident. Sarfaraz prayed for forgiveness. But you can not get it. The rest of the five-match one-day series on his head hanging his sword to be banned.

Pakistan, who scored 203 runs in front of Durban before Proteas won the run chase. Sarfaraj hit his 37th over in the 37th over. Fan Dar Dusen and Andyle Foulenko were batting for Proteas. During this time, Sarfaraz, who was holding racist remarks for Felenko, was responsible for the wicketkeeper. Stump mike was heard as it was very close.

Sarfaraz is in the midst of social media since then. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) expressed regret for the comments made by their captain, saying that the incident “is important for all types of education and practice of cricketers. Leading Pakistan is a matter of honor. It is not acceptable to the PCB whether the captain or any such comment is there. ”

South Africa’s team manager Mohammed Mosajee said that the ICC’s ugly comments on Sarfaraz have been noticed. Match Referee Ranjan Madugalle said that he also talked with Sarfaraz, the media said. But the ICC has not said anything yet in this regard. Sarfaraz, however, did not mention anyone’s name but sought forgiveness. Sarfaraz wrote in three series tweets,