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  1. Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoorâs Baaghi 3 might have opened with good numbers at the Box Office but the movie was not really able to impress the critics, most of whom found the plot 'illogical'. Both the critics and a certain section of the audience had trouble digesting the fact that the director has shown the lead actor, Tiger Shroff as a one-man army who wipes off an entire terrorist organization single-handedly. View this post on InstagramA sneak peek to one of the most difficult action scenes. Shooting with tanks and choppers was a whole new experience. Making it the most challenging part of the movie. Catch #SajidNadiadwala's #Baaghi3 in cinemas tomorrow. @shraddhakapoor @riteishd @khan_ahmedasas @wardakhannadiadwala @foxstarhindi @nadiadwalagrandsonA post shared by (@tigerjackieshroff)People even found a particular 'helicopter sequence' quite far-fetched and didnât approve of how Tiger was just running things on his own and actually succeeding. Well, looks like director Ahmed Khan has taken offence to all the negative reviews that the film has been garnering. When Khan was questioned by the Times Of India about the criticism that his film received, he shrugged off all the hate saying that everyone is entitled to their own perspective. View this post on InstagramAction like never beforeðªð» Catch the explosive #Baaghi3 in cinemas tomorrow. Book your tickets now. Link in story #SajidNadiadwala @shraddhakapoor @riteishd @khan_ahmedasas @wardakhannadiadwala @lokhandeankita @itsvijayvarma @jaideepahlawat @santha_dop @foxstarhindi @nadiadwalagrandsonA post shared by (@tigerjackieshroff) âI have nothing to say to such people. Everyone has their thought process. For example, if five people are staying in one house then they wonât do the same thing at the same time. They all have their own mindset, so, here, we are talking about an entire nation. What matters is what film are you going to make and if the audience is coming to watch your film or no. So one has to realize that we filmmakers donât do things for ourselves, we do it for the audience. Thereâs one place to talk about sensible cinema and one to talk about commercial cinema,â he said. View this post on InstagramHaha thanks bhaiâ¤ð #Repost @shariquealy_ - Seen it, loved it... The only thing missing was the cape! Way to go superhero @tigerjackieshroff. ðð½â¤ï¸A post shared by (@tigerjackieshroff)However, the director also pointed out that people donât appreciate Indian cinema and are okay with it if the same thing is shown in Hollywood movies. He cited the example of the Fast & Furious franchise and said, âWhy donât Indians appreciate Indian work? You see the latest trailer of Fast & Furious, then you may see a car hanging on the helicopter and what not and everyone is praising that. But when we try something new then they say âwhereâs the logic?". Khan further asserted that all the negative comments about Baaghi 3 have only made him stronger. âThese people, who are talking negatively about the film are only making us stronger. They really make me stronger and pushing me further to make more action films. I will create bigger action sequences for all my audience and not for those who keep talking on social media,â said the director. What are your thoughts on his statements? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  2. U-19 head coach Ijaz Ahmed. Photo: ReutersPakistan's U-19 head coach Ijaz Ahmed believes that his side carries more passion than India, which could prove the difference when the two young sides face each other in the World Cup, which is to begin on January 17 in South Africa. "India have a very good cricket system and it is organised but I know that we have more passion than them when we play against each other. That is why we beat them in the semi-finals of the recent Asian Emerging Nations Cup," Ijaz is quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India. "Even in the past, we defeated India because of our greater passion and this time, too, I know that the passion of our players will prevail over them, although they have a very strong outfit," he added. Read more: U-19 captain Rohail Nazir confident ahead of departure for World Cup When asked whether India will have an upper hand, having played a four-nation tournament in South Africa, the head coach disagreed. "Our players have also trained hard in Lahore and we have played around 11 matches. We will also reach South Africa nine days before the World Cup and we have some practice games so I think our preparations are also very good for the tournament," he said. Read more: Misbah, Waqar offer parting advice to World Cup-bound U-19 team The coach did not express any disappointment or bitterness at being deprived of teenage pacer Naseem Shah. "There was no controversy at all. The way we now see things is that you can't expect an MBA to sit in BA exams. That is how we look at Naseem Shah. He has made the grade for Pakistan and now he should be performing for the senior team," said the head coach. Instead, he backed several more of his charges, including captain Rohail Nazir, to eventually graduate to the senior team. "We have a couple of exciting young talents in the ranks. I expect Rohail and Haider to play for the senior team in two to three year's time ... they are that good," he said.
  3. Justice Gulzar Ahmed was a part of the bench which disqualified former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama Papers case. Photo: Geo NewsJustice Gulzar Ahmed, who was sworn in as the 27th chief justice of Pakistan on Saturday, was born in Karachi on February 2, 1957. Hailing from the family of distinguished lawyer Noor Muhammed, Justice Ahmed received his early education from Gulistan School, did his bachelors from Government National College, and completed his bachelor of laws (LLB) from SM Law College. According to the Supreme Court website, he "enrolled as an advocate on January 18, 1986 and as an advocate of the High Court on April 4, 1988, and then as an advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on September 15, 2001". Furthermore, he was "elected as an honorary secretary of the Sindh High Court Bar Association for the year 1999-2000". A bulk of Justice Ahmed's legal practice focused on the civil corporate side, during which time he was a "legal advisor to various multinational and local companies, banks and financial institutions". On August 27, 2002, Justice Ahmed was elevated as a judge of the Sindh High Court. Simultaneously, he remained a member of the board of governors of several universities, including the Institute of Business and Technology, NED University of Engineering and Technology, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Iqra University, Ahmed E.H. Jaffer Foundation and Agha Khan University. In 2009, according to the Supreme Court website, Justice Ahmed attended a study tour for Pakistani judicial officials on “International Cooperation in Terrorist Cases”, sponsored by the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime at Vienna, Bonn and Berlin. On February 2011, Justice Ahmed was elevated as a senior puisne judge of the Sindh High Court. Later that year on November 16, he was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court. He is also a member of the Supreme Judicial Council as well as the Judicial Commission of Pakistan. Justice Ahmed has twice served as the acting chief justice of Pakistan from November 20, 2018, to November 28, 2018, and May 13, 2019, to May 17, 2019. Major rulings and remarksJustice Ahmed was a member of the five-member Supreme Court bench that disqualified former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama Papers case. He had penned a dissenting note in the case’s split verdict. He was also part of the five-member Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) bench that heard the references filed against Supreme Court judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa and Sindh High Court (SHC) Judge KK Agha. Justice Ahmed was also part of the two-judge bench which ordered that Karachi be restored to how it was 40 years ago. In his decision on January 22, 2019, alongside Justice Sajid Ali Shah, Justice Ahmed had directed authorities to demolish unlawful constructions around the metropolis. Justice Ahmed during the hearing had issued orders barring the use of residential houses for commercial purpose and had said “Do whatever but implement court orders.If the orders are not implemented then we will ask DG Sindh Control Building Authority (SCBA) Iftikhar Qaimkhani to pack up.” The top judge in a decision on May 9, 2019, had ordered the removal of encroachments on railway land and to restore the Karachi Circular Railway. “Those who have established illegal settlements have all kinds of weapons. We have the army and Sindh Rangers, use them,” Justice Ahmed had said. Just before he took as over as next chief justice of the country, Justice Gulzar on November 18, had barred the federal government from purchasing the lands of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM), saying that it is "the people’s land". “The production of Steel Mills stands at zero,” Justice Ahmed had remarked. “The government has destroyed the entity to fill its own pockets.”
  4. Riz Ahmed ? File photoA wrestler who featured in the music video of British-Pakistani rapper and actor, Riz Ahmed, says he was exploited. According to a thread posted on Twitter by Awais Khalid, a research associate, a wrestler named Rashid...
  5. A left-arm medium pacer who proved his mettle as a dependable performance at the youth level, Khaleel Ahmed was looked upon as one of the upcoming and budding talents, tipped to become a vital cog in India's scheme of things for the future. The 21-year-old has been tried and tested in the national team against weaker opponents to give him the much-needed exposure, but the youngster is yet to make a mark. Despite boasting of a decent speed, the inconsistent line and length, and, often wayward accuracy has denied Khaleel's bowling the recognition it truly deserves. The ongoing Twenty20 International (T20I) series between India and Bangladesh is proving to be no different. © Reuters With key players, including frontline bowler Jasprit Bumrah, rested, Khaleel had a great opportunity to showcase his true bowling potential and impress the bigwigs in a bid to consolidate his position in the Indian team. But, sadly, it hasn't been quite the series, Khaleel or his fans would have expected. During the first T20I in Delhi, Khaleel was handed the responsibility of opening the bowling with Deepak Chahar for India. But, the Rajasthan cricketer emerged as the most expensive bowler amongst the two teams, conceding 37 runs and bagging just a wicket at an economy of 9.25 in his quota of four overs. While India's mediocre batting display took the focus away from Khaleel in Delhi, the left-arm seamer's ordinary bowling was once again in full display during the second T20I in Rajkot. Failing to learn from his mistakes, Khaleel was hammered all around the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium by the Bangladeshi batsmen. © Twitter/@BCCI The Indian bowler conceded 44 runs and could only bag a solitary wicket at a staggering economy of 11 runs an over. Guilty of bowling a little too short on a pitch where the ball sat up nicely, Khaleel was welcomed into the attack with three consecutive boundaries at the hands of Mohammad Naim. Getting smashed for four boundaries in a row in his last over in Delhi, Khaleel, after bowling his first three deliveries at the VCA Stadium, had conceded seven consecutive fours. Khaleel Ahmed's last seven balls -- Delhi: 4â£4â£4â£4⣠(Mushfiqur Rahim) Rajkot: 4â£4â£4⣠(Mohammad Naim) ð https://t.co/Y2NQbPZ3hZ #INDvBAN — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) November 7, 2019 Having already conceded five boundaries in two overs, Khaleel, bowling short again, conceded another boundary on the very first delivery of his third over. He did get some respite after Rohit Sharma took Afif Hossain's catch on the third delivery, but Mahmudullah ensured he made the most of Khaleel's inexperience with two more boundaries in the over. In his final over, he conceded another four, giving away nine runs. While Team India managed to win the contest and level the series 1-1 on the back of a strong batting performance, Khaleel's forgettable outing with the willow drew a lot of flak from fans on social media. *Khaleel Ahmed gets smashed for 3 consecutive boundaries on his first three balls* Fans:#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/uFX9Jz5kkH — Murdock (@_dramebaaz) November 7, 2019 Why Khaleel Ahmed , why???!! #INDvBAN #khaleel pic.twitter.com/IViGwiFG1P — Different ð Perspectiveð­ (@Iam_VaibhavGoel) November 7, 2019 Rohit Sharma to Khaleel Ahmed after every over. #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/Jvmgoe5Qix — Smit Pujara (@smit_pujara) November 7, 2019 Khaleel Ahmed reminds that indians should do pooja to bumrah's statue three times per day at best.. — BrainFaden Smith (@brainfadesmith2) November 7, 2019 Bangladesh batsman in khaleel's over :#INDvBAN #IndvsBan pic.twitter.com/PeFlEFTmky — Kabira (@Farzi_Gulzar) November 7, 2019 Wicket column to khaleel ahmed :#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/1tetv9LZPX — Marwadi (@gaitonde07) November 7, 2019 Khaleel Ahmed's performance#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/lO5CmaHtz1 — Arun LoL (@dhaikilokatweet) November 3, 2019 when khaleel ahmed bowls a dot ball.. Team Mates - pic.twitter.com/9ts5D7JcgJ — Arun LoL (@dhaikilokatweet) November 7, 2019 View the full article
  6. Ever since their dismal outing at the ICC World Cup in England & Wales, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been hell-bent on fixing impending issues in the national team to prepare themselves better for future assignments. The PCB got rid of coach Mickey Arthur and the majority of the support staff. There have been noticeable changes in developmental cricket in the country and, there has also been a key focus on the diet of the cricketers. In a bid to bring in a major overhaul of the national team, the PCB recently took another key decision by sacking Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain of their Test and T20I sides. The cricket board has elevated the likes of Azhar Ali and Babar Azam to leadership roles in Tests and T20Is respectively. © Reuters Sarfaraz has been calling the shots as captain for Pakistan in all three formats for the last two years. He was at the helm of affairs when Pakistan sprung a surprise on arch-rivals India to win the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017. But, his captaincy has come under scrutiny in the last two years. Under his captaincy, Pakistan has slipped in Test and ODI team rankings. And, more recently, a depleted Sri Lankan side whitewashed Pakistan 3-0 in the T20I series at home. With his own form suffering with the bat, speculations were rife that the new head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq would bring in considerable changes, with many expecting an axe on Sarfaraz. While it's too early to comment on whether the move will aid Pakistan or not, the PCB found themselves in a peculiar situation after their recent decision. Right after announcing Sarfaraz's sacking, the PCB released a video of the Pakistan squad dancing during a training session. Here is â¦@TheRealPCBâ© tweet moments after Sarfaraz was sacked. Classy. (Background score courtesy my one-year old) pic.twitter.com/QuCqxQTDXJ — Osman Samiuddin (@OsmanSamiuddin) October 18, 2019 In a video shared by a journalist on social media, Pakistani cricketers can be seen dancing. The video was captioned: "Here is @TheRealPCB tweet moments after Sarfaraz was sacked. Classy. (Background score courtesy my one-year-old)". The PCB apologies for this post and accepts the timing of it was wrong. This was a pre-planned post as part of the one-year to go #T20WorldCup promotional campaign. The timing of this post clashed with the captaincy announcement for which the PCB offers its regrets. — Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) October 18, 2019 After being called out on Twitter, the PCB was quick to delete their insensitive tweet and rendered an apology. "The PCB apologies for this post and accepts the timing of it was wrong. This was a pre-planned post as part of the one-year to go #T20WorldCup promotional campaign. The timing of this post clashed with the captaincy announcement for which the PCB offers its regrets," the PCB tweeted.
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    Jannat Kay Pattay Novel by Nimra Ahmed PDF Download: Jannat Kay Pattay novel is a lifetime of LLB (Hons) pupil Haya Suleman chose an intriguing turn when she obtained a scholarship to examine a five-month session in a college in Turkey, however, the situation became tomb when somebody leaked a personal video of her left in a celebration online. To maintain away the video from the opinion of the people of the traditional family and also to prevent some complications, she needed to get in touch with an officer of the Cyber Crime Mobile that would have had her movie eliminated. But soon she had been unsettled by the simple fact that this officer knew a lot about her.a novel by nimra ahmed. Can Haya be in a position to receive that movie removed on the world wide web? Will never be in a position to visit Turkey? And more to the point, will finally have the ability to meet “him”he that she’s never met before but was looking for for several decades? In the streets of Istanbul into the Bosporus sea, in the sea of Cappadocia into the torture cells from Indian jails, Jannat Kay Pattay novel (English: Leaves of Heaven) is similar to a roller coaster ride where many of your suspects will be proved incorrect and this cryptic tale will continue to keep its keys safe until the previous sentence. Since keeping keys is still an art and not everybody understands it! jannat kay pattay novels is a best selling novel in pakistan.
  8. It has been less than a day since the ICC World Cup 2019 matchup between India and Pakistan took place at Old Trafford in Manchester, and the level of attention the game has received ever since has been out of control. So, we will go through a quick recap before talking about the main story: Indian opener Rohit Sharma scored his fastest ODI century. Virat Kohli became the fastest cricket to score 11,000 ODI runs, Vijay Shankar took a wicket on his first Cricket World Cup delivery, Sarfaraz Ahmed yawned multiple times during the game, and Virat Kohli declared himself out even when he was not! #ViratKohli scores his 11,000th ODI run! He reaches the landmark in 54 fewer innings than anyone else ðpic.twitter.com/mebDOLJESs — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 16, 2019 Oh, and the Men in Blue defeated the Men in Green again, taking their World Cup record against the neighbouring cricketing rivals to 7-0 wins. Now that you are up to speed, let's talk about this young fan of Pakistan cricket who visited Old Trafford to experience the legendary rivalry that India versus Pakistan was hyped to be, keeping in mind the brilliant encounters the two teams have had in the past. However, instead of watching the game of his life that he had expected, the fan got to witness a one-sided game which was dominated by Virat Kohli's men through and through. Losing the match by a massive 89-run margin, despite the Duckworth–Lewis–Stern (DLS method) with veteran batsmen like Shoaib Malik and Sarfaraz Ahmed getting dismissed for cheap at the hands of fierce Indian bowlers, absolutely broke the Pak support's heart. Here's what the poor guy had to say: Essentially, what the young lad is trying to say it that even though the Pakistani supporters love the team, being dominated by Team India like that was extremely frustrating to watch. The fan complains about the clear lack of fitness and lethargy that adversely affected Pakistan's performance. He feels that the Pakistani cricketers do not take health and fitness seriously and are irregular about their diet. As much as our heart goes out to the guy, him venting out his frustration like that is hilarious!
  9. It has been less than a day since the ICC World Cup 2019 matchup between India and Pakistan took place at Old Trafford in Manchester, and the level of attention the game has received ever since has been out of control. So, we will go through a quick recap before talking about the main story: Indian opener Rohit Sharma scored his fastest ODI century. Virat Kohli became the fastest cricket to score 11,000 ODI runs, Vijay Shankar took a wicket on his first Cricket World Cup delivery, Sarfaraz Ahmed yawned multiple times during the game, and Virat Kohli declared himself out even when he was not! #ViratKohli scores his 11,000th ODI run! He reaches the landmark in 54 fewer innings than anyone else ðpic.twitter.com/mebDOLJESs — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 16, 2019 Oh, and the Men in Blue defeated the Men in Green again, taking their World Cup record against the neighbouring cricketing rivals to 7-0 wins. Now that you are up to speed, let's talk about this young fan of Pakistan cricket who visited Old Trafford to experience the legendary rivalry that India versus Pakistan was hyped to be, keeping in mind the brilliant encounters the two teams have had in the past. However, instead of watching the game of his life that he had expected, the fan got to witness a one-sided game which was dominated by Virat Kohli's men through and through. Losing the match by a massive 89-run margin, despite the Duckworth–Lewis–Stern (DLS method) with veteran batsmen like Shoaib Malik and Sarfaraz Ahmed getting dismissed for cheap at the hands of fierce Indian bowlers, absolutely broke the Pak support's heart. Here's what the poor guy had to say: Essentially, what the young lad is trying to say it that even though the Pakistani supporters love the team, being dominated by Team India like that was extremely frustrating to watch. The fan complains about the clear lack of fitness and lethargy that adversely affected Pakistan's performance. He feels that the Pakistani cricketers do not take health and fitness seriously and are irregular about their diet. As much as our heart goes out to the guy, him venting out his frustration like that is hilarious!
  10. Ever since winning the competition in 1992, the Pakistani cricket team has found themselves chasing the elusive ICC World Cup trophy. Despite boasting some of the best bowlers and capable batsmen in their side, Pakistan has struggled to live up to the billing. But, the last few years surely gave their fans some hope which in turn allowed them to dream on in big tournaments. Their astounding triumph over arch-rivals India in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy surely promised of big and better things in the future. Thus, when they geared up to compete in the 2019 edition of the World Cup, despite not being tipped as one of the title contenders, Pakistan's unpredictable nature would've had the rival sides on their toes. A shambolic seven-wicket loss against equally unpredictable West Indies did get their fans worried for a moment. But, their superlative effort that allowed them to stun hosts England in their second game would have lifted the mood in their camp. Following a spectacular comeback, Pakistan were left frustrated after their third match against Sri Lanka was abandoned due to rain. © Reuters It was surely quite unfortunate for Pakistan who would have fancied two crucial points against a weak opposition like Sri Lanka, especially after gaining some much-needed momentum in the tournament. “As a team we really wanted to play this match, especially after gaining momentum with the win against England. It is unfortunate that we were not able to play," skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed said after sharing points with the Lankans. But, the Pakistan captain didn't stop there. Delivering a stern, yet needless, warning to other teams in the tournament, Sarfaraz said: “Our next match is against Australia. Every team is scared about Pakistan. Like other teams in the tournament they are also a tough opponent and they also have momentum as they have won their first two matches". His comments, at that time, made him butt of all jokes on the social media as cricket fans from across the globe slammed him for his baseless threat. Unfortunately for Sarfaraz, his boisterous claim came back to haunt him following his team's 41-run defeat against Australia in their fourth match at Taunton. © Reuters For a team that was labelled as 'scary for other sides' by its captain, Pakistan looked far from the champion brigade that hammered England earlier in the tournament. In what turned out to be a comedy of errors, Pakistan squandered their lead, having won the toss, as their pace attack produced one of their loosest performances in recent times. Barring Mohammad Amir, the likes of Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi and Wahab Riaz looked ordinary in conditions that were conducive to quicks. While Amir exerted pressure with his impeccable line and length at one end, the trio of Pakistani pacers allowed the Aussie batsmen to score freely, owing to their poor lengths, at the other. This Guy is the Mood of whole Awaam watching the teams fielding.... pic.twitter.com/RK9OTGQlXb — Taimoor Zaman (@taimoorze) June 12, 2019 If that wasn't enough, their poor fielding further cut a sorry figure. Asif Ali's butterfingers got him in the spotlight after he dropped two crucial catches in the field. The first chance came in the 13th over when he gave Aaron Finch a second life after dropping him in the slip cordon. The second one, an absolute sitter at the fence, gave a life to centurion David Warner whose upper-cut went straight into the hands of Ali, only to be put down. And then, there were misfields too, even from usually steady and safe Shoaib Malik. © Reuters Despite their frailties, Pakistani bowlers did fairly well to recover in the death overs to restrict Australia to 307 runs. Now the onus was on their batting unit to script a successful run-chase in a bid to make up for their shoddy effort in the first-half of the game. Following the soft dismissal of opener Fakhar Zaman early on, Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam stabilised their chase with a 54-run partnership. But, just when Pakistan began to get going, Azam's poor shot selection, derived in a response from Nathan Coulter-Nile's bouncer, gave the Aussies a vital breakthrough. It was the Aussies who had the last laugh though with Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Kane Richardson doing the bulk of the damage. Watch the wickets fall ð⤵#CmonAussie #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/SEAUsMzwUb — ICC (@ICC) June 12, 2019 After losing their best batsman, Pakistan began rebuilding again, this time, through a 80-run partnership between Imam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Hafeez. But, again, Pakistan found themselves on the backfoot as yet another set batsman lost his wicket in a soft dismissal. Out of all the bowlers, Hafeez handed his wicket part-timer Finch after hitting a full-toss straight down the throat of deep square leg. Pakistan have slipped from 136/2 to 160/6! Australia's game to lose? #AUSvPAK LIVE ð https://t.co/RyjNER1Rlx pic.twitter.com/qiuf7IDhBC — ICC (@ICC) June 12, 2019 At a time when they needed key partnership, Pakistan kept on losing wickets in a fashion unfathomable to their fans. Skipper Sarfaraz did find an unlikely support in Wahab Riaz in the later stages, but it just wasn't enough to get them over the line. Coming off a long rest, Pakistan were expected to put up a good show (if skipper Sarfaraz's boisterous claims are to be taken seriously). But, sadly, it wasn't the case. Reasons behind Pakistan's loss 1) 4 specialist bowlers only 2) Three dropped catches 3) Bowled too short in first half 4) Over reliance on senior batsmen Shadab as 5th bowler would have saved 20 runs or Haris as extra batsman would have scored 30-40 runs. #AusvPak — Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) June 12, 2019 To put things into perspective, Pakistan have now dropped eight catches in four matches so far in the tournament. Asif Ali's first dropped chance cost Pakistan 25 runs (as per ESPNcricinfo's Luck Index). On the other hand, their misfields cost them seven runs in the field. And, the fact that Pakistan ultimately lost by 41 runs, pretty much sums up their ordeal. In the end, we reckon, it's Pakistan who should be scared of the lacklustre brigade that turned up in their jersey against Australia than other teams as boasted by captain Sarfaraz earlier in the tournament. For what it's worth, Pakistan and their captain must walk the talk if they literally intend to scare the other teams in the tournament.
  11. The buzz around the ICC World Cup 2019 has already started with the first day of warm-up games taking place yesterday, during which South Africa won their match against Sri Lanka and Afghanistan were able to defeat Pakistan in an action-packed run chase. Sure, these games are really exciting but when it comes to the cricket World Cup, the rivalry between India and Pakistan through the years and decades, always comes to mind. And even though the cricketers from both sides have been giving the same politically correct answers throughout history, people still can't get enough of it. In the pre-World Cup, Captains' Press Conference at the Film Shed in London, a reporter asked Virat Kohli and Sarfaraz Ahmed a question about the kind of pressure the 'India-Pakistan' rivalry puts them under. Kohli replied with a very diplomatic answer. He said “India versus Pakistan is always a very anticipated match… but if you ask the players, it is very different from how the fans look at the game compared to how the players play it. Yes, you feel the anticipation and the excitement of the fans when you enter the stadium but when you enter the field, it is professional.” “For us, it is just another game that you need to win as a team. I am sure all the cricketers from both sides feel that as soon as you start playing the game, it eventually is a game of bat and ball, and that's all you need to focus on.” Sounds like a good answer to us. Top marks. Now it was time for the Pakistan captain to answer the same question as the reporters and the camera turned to Sarfaraz Ahmed, expecting him to say something. And like a cunning student who used to wait for the rest of the students to say the answer, Ahmed said: “My answer is also the same. Nothing different. No difference.” Now, we are not making fun of the Pakistan captain and his response, that has all the potential in the world to become a great meme, by the way. via GIPHY No, speaking English is secondary of being able to play a great game of cricket and being of use to your side that is in pursuit of a win against a rival team and the Pak skipper has done his fair share of work to bring his side to the stage they are on today. Full credit to him. The anticipated World Cup clash between India and Pakistan is scheduled to take place on 16th June 2019.
  12. A few days ago, Khaleel Ahmed was mocked by Virat Kohli who was seen having some fun at the left-handed seamer's expense. Following the group stage clash between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Kohli was seen mocking Ahmed after hilariously impersonating his wicket celebration. Virat Kohli impersonating Khaleel celebrations ! #RCBvSRH pic.twitter.com/IIJBQelXnR — Trojan_Horse (@sampath0272) May 4, 2019 While RCB finished at the bottom of the table and failed to make the cut for the Playoffs, Ahmed's wicket celebration once again became the talk of the town during the Eliminator between Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals (DC). The Hyderabad seamer picked two crucial wickets in quick succession to keep his side in the hunt, but, in the end, Rishabh Pant's blitzkrieg turned the tide in Delhi favour as Hyderabad were eliminated following a two-wicket loss. What do you reckon Khaleel was trying to convey to Shreyas?#Eliminator #DCvSRH pic.twitter.com/vELwzcxmIw — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 8, 2019 During Delhi's chase, Ahmed unveiled a unique wicket celebration wherein he was seen trying to make a mock phone call and talking to himself. While we've seen some animated celebrations in cricket, Ahmed's left everyone confused as to what exactly he was trying to do. Amongst the multiple theories, one that seems to have gained ground is that the Indian fast-bowler was trying to mock the selectors for overlooking him for the ICC World Cup squad. He's was trying to call MSK Prasad (Chief selector) that he's still available in place of Bhuvi or may be Jadhav — à¤à¤ªà¤¿à¤² à¤à¥à¤¹à¤¾à¤¨ (@Im_KapilChauhan) May 8, 2019 He trying to tell the slectors that he also here for #CWC19 if you need — Rizwan Hashim ðµð° (@RizwanHashim15) May 8, 2019 Hello MSK PRASAD What about me for 4th seamer in Worldcup ? Hello? Hello? Hello? Firse lagata huð — Happyð®ð³ (@Cricketician_) May 8, 2019 I think he meant it to the WC selectors.. Asking them to call him to the WC squad.. — PeecheDekhoPeeche (@JhambalH) May 8, 2019 I think he wants BCCI to call him directly — RanaMohammed (@MohammedRana213) May 9, 2019
  13. With the ICC World Cup 2019 just a month away, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, Sarfraz Ahmed, was found making some rather bold statements during a press conference ahead of leaving for England. Considering themselves as the 'underdogs' of the tournament, Ahmed believes that the level of pressure they will be carrying on their shoulders starting their World Cup campaign against the Windies on 31st May 2019, will be manageable. "Look, when we go as favourites, then it's a problem, but if we go as underdogs then other teams feel the danger, so I think being underdogs is good for us and eases the pressure," he said. Eyebrows were raised only when Ahmed mentioned Virat Kohli's Team India in his comments. "For us all nine matches are important so we will take every match as a match against India," said the 31-year-old. "We have beaten India in a bigger event recently so we will have that advantage.” The skipper was referring to their victory in the Champions Trophy final in 2017, in which Ahmed and team dominated the Men in Blue, while winning the match by 180 runs. Pakistan have also won the 1992 World Cup and the 2009 World Twenty20. However, when it comes to the World Cup, India and Pakistan have clashed six times, none of which were won by the perennial rivals of India. As expected, as soon as the statement was made available online, the hardcore fans of the Indian cricket team trolled the wicket-keeper batsman hard and left nothing to the imagination: Meanwhile We INDIANS and INDIAN TEAM be like pic.twitter.com/Cir8KThb1D — Silly Strom (@SillyStrom) April 23, 2019 2017 isko recent lagta hai. — Rahul (Pray for Sri Lankað±ð° ) (@rk5444) April 23, 2019 Looks like he has forgotten the 2 embarrassing defeats against India in Asia cup recently ðð — Abhi Panchal (@iamabhi1909) April 23, 2019 India is 6 - 0 to Pakistan in the World cups, where does this lad live? — ðð ððð®ð¿ðð ðµð²ð¿ð² (@hathnostalgia) April 22, 2019 I don't give a damn what Safaraaz says — Raman Chakrabarty (@RamanChakrabar2) April 23, 2019 Ahmed and his boys will be participating in a three-game warm-up followed by a five-match ODI series and a solitary Twenty20 International with the Englishmen before the World Cup takes place in England and Wales. While Team India's World Cup 2019 journey will begin from 6th June 2019 when they go head to head with the South Africans in the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground in West End, Hampshire. India and Pakistan are scheduled to lock horns on 16th June 2019 and you DO NOT want to miss this one.
  14. In the modern era of cricket, technology has slowly and gradually become an integral part of the game. Whether it's a run-out, stumping or even a LBW shout, the implementation of Decision Review System (DRS) in the game has aided fairplay significantly. Minimising the human errors, DRS gives an opportunity to both the batting and bowling side to attain a fair decision from the umpires. But, in the ongoing Pakistan Cup 2019, a cricketer became the butt of all jokes after calling for a DRS over a clear-cut dropped catch. For someone who was once compared with Indian skipper Virat Kohli, Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad hasn't really lived up to the hype in recent times. © Twitter The right-hander's inconsistent performances saw him getting dropped from the Pakistani line-up. His last appearance in the Pakistani jersey dates back to June 2018 when he played in a T20 International (T20I) against Scotland. And then, a doping violation saw him getting banned for four months by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). But, if the sack from the national team wasn't enough to derail his reputation, Shehzad's latest antics further dented his rapport with cricket fans. During a clash between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federal Areas, the former were cruising in their chase of 269 runs when Khushdil Shah played a mighty heave towards deep midwicket. Shehzad, who was patrolling that region, got underneath the ball, but made an epic blunder to drop what looked like a regulation catch. Review please #PakistanCup pic.twitter.com/EdXnFKyp3b — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) April 3, 2019 If dropping a simple catch wasn't enough, Shehzad, then, suffered a hilarious brain fade as he signalled for a review. The replays showed Shehzad clearly bottling the catch on atleast two efforts before the ball touched the ground. Shehzad's DRS call was more of a desperate move to avoid humiliation that came with dropping a dolly - something that he has done in the past. Back in 2015, during a clash between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, Shehzad had dropped Lahiru Thirimanne, but told the on-field umpires that it was a clean take. However, the replays clearly showed that the ball had touched the ground. Here's a look at how cricket fans reacted to Shehzad's howler of a DRS call: inko lgta hai technology itni advance ho gyi hai ki jo catch reality me na pkda jaye wo shayd TV me pakda gya ho ð — Punkð (@punk_hardik) April 4, 2019 What an actor thoughððð — Prachi | CSK ð (@PrachiNotDesai) April 3, 2019 Nxt level honesty.ððð — Parag (@Parag171292) April 3, 2019 Oh lord, he did something similar against Sri Lanka. He must be related to Umar Akmal, both of them don't have a brain between them. — Noddy1988 (@ToxicKebab) April 3, 2019 Is he normal?? — Nigam Khan (@Nigamkhan) April 3, 2019 Anyone remembered this ? pic.twitter.com/aCPj31HY4m — Faheem Imtiaz (@FaheemImtiaz11) April 3, 2019 Lol, why was he asking for the third umpire to check when he has clearly dropped a sitter! — adam (@adam220202) April 3, 2019 WTH, then people say he should be given chance in the national team. — Avais Ahmed (@avaixhah) April 3, 2019 Must be high on weed againð — Adeel Ahmed (@adeeahmed87) April 3, 2019 He literally pick the ball up off the ground and then asked for a review..... I think I've seen it all now. — Noddy1988 (@ToxicKebab) April 3, 2019
  15. The Pakistani cricket team's former skipper, Sarfraz Ahmed is currently going through a four-game suspension after his racially motivated comments towards South African allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo in a failed attempt to sledge the Proteas. Upon the International Cricket Council (ICC) announcing the ban, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) expressed their disapproval of the suspension of the wicket keeper and said that the decision had led to their “utmost disappointment” especially after the cricketer had publicly apologised for his words. However, as per latest news, Ahmed not only hopes to make a banging comeback to international cricket but is also looking forward to spearheading the Pakistani team into the impending 2019 ICC World Cup. Sarfraz Ahmed hopes ban won't stop him leading Pakistan in 2019 pic.twitter.com/ToYrvOlqcg — Syed Izan Abbasðµð° (@Syedizan4Syed) February 3, 2019 On Sunday, in a local press conference, Ahmed told the reporters that his chances at captaincy during the World Cup seems to be highly probable as he is getting a positive response from the Board. “The decision is with the Pakistan Cricket Board, but I have got positive vibes about it that I will be the captain for the World Cup,” Sarfraz told the reporters in Karachi. Talking from behind the stumps has come to be an expectation out of the keeper of the fielding side. We have seen the same during India's tour to Australia when Rishabh Pant and Tim Paine got into the sledging battle but also respected each other and their sentiments in a classic war of words. However, Ahmed took it a bit too far with the “abey kaale” remarks, for which he was also slammed by the Pak legend Shoaib Akhtar online. So when the reporters asked Ahmed if he was going to control his words from now on, he said: "It is my nature to play cricket the way I do it. I cannot change my nature. I do captaincy in this way and if I change my nature it would hurt my game. I back my team all the time. I keep on talking from behind the stumps to back my team.” In the recent years, Sarfraz Ahmed is noticeably one of the better leaders for the Pakistani side. From the current roster, under his captaincy, the team has won 21 out of the 35 ODI matches, which is a winning record second best only to the veteran batsman Shoaib Malik (25 wins in 38 matches).
  16. On 22nd January, the Pakistan cricket team was eager to extend their lead in the five-match series when they took the field against South Africa for the 2nd ODI in Newlands. Defending just 203 runs, Pakistan were seen dictating the terms when they had the hosts reeling at 80/5 in 15 overs. But, a 127-run partnership between Rassie van der Dussen (80) and Andile Phehlukwayo (69) for the sixth wicket dashed Pakistan's hopes and handed the Proteas a five-wicket win. While the two South African batsmen were hailed for their resilient knocks, the match will now be remembered for the racist remarks fired by Sarfraz Ahmed at Phehlukwayo. "Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya parwa ke aaye hai aaj (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What have you got her to say for you today)?," the Pakistani skipper was caught saying on the stump-mic. Sarfaraz Ahmed to Andile Phehlukwayo: "abbay kaale teri Ami kahan bethi hoyi hain aaj, kya parhwa kay aya hai aaj" "black man wheres your mother sat? What have you asked your mother to pray for you today?"#SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/vw6yuE73OE — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) January 22, 2019 The 31-year-old's racist comments sparked a massive outrage on the social media. There was an apology from Sarfraz but it came a tad too late. Taking note of the incident, the International Cricket Council (ICC), later, found the Pakistani skipper guilty of breaching its code of conduct and banned him for four matches (2 ODIs and as many T20Is). Forced to return home, Sarfraz was apologetic in his media interaction. But, he minced no words in slamming Shoaib Akhtar for his "personal attack" on the Pakistani captain. "He (Shoaib Akhtar) is attacking me personally not criticising," Geo TV quoted Sarfraz, as saying. "I accepted my mistake and received the punishment. I want to thank PCB for handling this case and fulfilling requirements. I will improve myself and my performance in the future and I thank my supporters for their backing," the 31-year-old added. Sarfraz must explain himself to Media & public regarding his comments to batsman.. pic.twitter.com/Ocx74ry4IW — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) January 23, 2019 Akhtar, former Pakistani speedster, had earlier slammed Sarfraz for his demeanour on the field. “I strongly condemn it (Ahmed's racist comments) as a Pakistani. In my opinion, it was absolutely disgusting what he's said. I think he should publicly apologise for it. As a Pakistani captain, he should lead by example and inspire others as well,” Akhtar had said. While Sarfraz has been away from the field, the ODI series between Pakistan and South Africa is evenly poised at 2-2 with deciding clash scheduled in Newlands on 30th January. Following the ODI series, the two teams will also face-off in three T20Is slated to begin from 1st February.
  17. A decision has been taken by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Pakistan Cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed, who was incidentally caught barking racial slurs at South African all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo on 22nd January 2019 during the second ODI match at the Kingsmead Cricket Ground in Durban. After about a week of inspection, the ICC has finally decided to suspend Ahmed for four matches after he said: “Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya padhwa ke aaye hai aaj?". (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [prayer] have you got her to say for you today?) and everything was recorded by the stump microphones placed right in front of him. The suspension follows a wave of serious flak towards Ahmed and his comments which was spearheaded by the former Pakistani cricketer and all-time great Shoaib Akhtar, who uploaded a minute and a half long video from all his social media handles to publicly show his disgust with Ahmed's words and urge him to make a public apology as soon as possible. Surely, about 24 hours later, Ahmed did take to Twitter to address the whole issue but his comments felt less like an apology and more like him trying to dodge his way out by saying that his words were not supposed to be heard by any specific individual nor were they for the opposing team to understand and that whatever he said was out of sheer frustration. 1/2 - I wish to extend my sincere apologies to any person who may have taken offence from my expression of frustration which was unfortunately caught by the stump mic during yesterday's game against SA. My words were not directed towards anyone in particular and... — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 2/3 - I certainly had no intention of upsetting anyone. I did not even mean for my words to be heard, understood or communicated to the opposing team or the cricket fans. I have in the past and will continue in future to appreciate the camaraderie of my fellow cricketers from... — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 3/3 - ...across the globe and will always respect and honour them on and off the field. — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 However, when the ICC made their decision to suspend Sarfraz for four games public, the Pakistan Cricket Board, in a statement on their website, said that they were utterly disappointed by this measure. “The PCB notes the ICC decision on Sarfaraz Ahmed with its utmost disappointment. PCB had anticipated that the matter had been resolved amicably between the two players and the two Boards following Sarafraz Ahmed's public apologies which were accepted by the player, the Board and South Africa cricket team,” reads the statement. The ICC has also ordered Ahmed to take up "an education programme to promote the understanding and awareness of issues directly relevant to the offence that he has committed”.
  18. The last 24 hours have not exactly been the brightest for the Pakistani cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed, who was caught throwing racially motivated jibes at the South African all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo during the second ODI of five-match series at the Proteas' home turf. As things grew out of proportion, former Pakistani pacer and all-time-great Shoaib Akhtar too decided to humble the outspoken wicket keeper by uploading a minute and a half long video from all his social media handles which he later removed due to reasons unknown. The former cricketer urged Ahmed to make a public apology for the “absolutely disgusting comments” that he had made in Durban. Having said that, after an entire day of public humiliation, Ahmed finally tweeted a long apology in which he shows regret over hurting the sentiments of those who got offended by his “expression of frustration.” 1/2 - I wish to extend my sincere apologies to any person who may have taken offence from my expression of frustration which was unfortunately caught by the stump mic during yesterday's game against SA. My words were not directed towards anyone in particular and... — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 2/3 - I certainly had no intention of upsetting anyone. I did not even mean for my words to be heard, understood or communicated to the opposing team or the cricket fans. I have in the past and will continue in future to appreciate the camaraderie of my fellow cricketers from... — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 3/3 - ...across the globe and will always respect and honour them on and off the field. — Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) January 23, 2019 In his apology, Ahmed tries to convey that his remarks were not directed towards a certain individual and he, as a cricketer has shown respect towards his fellow men of the game from all around the world and will continue to do so in the future. However, the judiciary that social media has come to become, was not convinced with this apology of Ahmed's and they let him know that in the best way possible: I think you should be ashamed of yourself using racial language against a fellow cricketer We face racism in the uk everyday I know how it feels #shame — Talib Zaman (@TalibZaman) January 23, 2019 pic.twitter.com/aqLZzalNMq — Om Mehta (@om_mehta) January 23, 2019 pic.twitter.com/U29HzzSDgw — Phumlani Khulu (@Pumbaah1512) January 23, 2019 Saifi bhai ini English ð u made me cry ð­ð­ — Tehرeeemeee (Maheen's Bdy â¤) (@Cheerrryy_) January 23, 2019 Saifi bhai zuban zada chlate ho or balla kam chlate ho zada focus game pe rakho — Muhammad Asif Iqbal (@Muhammad_Aasif4) January 23, 2019 jhoot bolta hai bsdk? ðð — Aditya Acharya (@aadiacharya) January 23, 2019 The thing is, when you are caught saying something like “Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya padhwa ke aaye hai aaj?" (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [prayer] have you got her to say for you today?),” it doesn't really make a good case for you to say that your remarks weren't directed towards an individual and that you respect the people of colour. If you believe that your words weren't meant to be heard or understood by anyone from the opposing team, it doesn't make you less guilty. It is like Cameron Bancroft not wanting the cameras to catch his infamous ball-tampering incident in South Africa last year. According to the ICC Anti-Racism policy for International Cricket, Ahmed's apparent words of sledging unacceptable and he must be punished for it. If Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are facing so much flak for their remarks on a talk-show, the Pakistani skipper must meet with a penalty a lot more severe.
  19. It was a dark day for the true fans of cricket who truly appreciate the diversity the sport aims to bring together, no thanks to the captain of the Pakistani cricket team, Sarfraz Ahmed, who racially taunted South African all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo during the second of five ODIs in Durban on Tuesday. After an underwhelming batting display put up by the Pakistani team who were all out on 205, Proteas all-rounder, Phehlukwayo won the match with an exceptional 69-run innings to tie the ODI series at 1-1 and was also declared the Man of the Match for the outing. However, during his innings, the Pakistani bowlers decided their level best to bowl him out but none of the six were able to send him away. A very furious and frustrated Ahmed eventually made a debacle of an attempt to sledge the batsman by saying: "Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya padhwa ke aaye hai aaj? (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [prayer] have you got her to say for you today?).” Sarfaraz Ahmed to Andile Phehlukwayo: "abbay kaale teri Ami kahan bethi hoyi hain aaj, kya parhwa kay aya hai aaj" "black man wheres your mother sat? What have you asked your mother to pray for you today?"#SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/vw6yuE73OE — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) January 22, 2019 The unwelcomed comment was so random and exasperating even to the ears of the legendary Pakistani commentator Ramiz Raja who was on-air during the match, that he dodged fellow commentator Mike Haysman's request to translate whatever the stump mic had picked up for the English speaking audience, by saying that it was a really long sentence and was really difficult to translate. Hours after Ahmed took a firing by angry cricket fans on the internet, another Pakistani Hall of Famer, Shoaib Akhtar decided to publicly ridicule the skipper's comments in a minute and a half long video on Facebook. “I strongly condemn it (Ahmed's racist comments) as a Pakistani. In my opinion, it was absolutely disgusting what he's said,” said the pacer. “I think he should publicly apologise for it.” “As a Pakistani captain, he should lead by example and inspire others as well.” Akhtar said. Akhtar's video was appreciated by many who showed their support on Twitter as well: Standing against racist comments. . . Respect from India. — k pranai (@KPranai) January 23, 2019 Sarfraz is the weakest link in the team, gets under pressure too soon and starts blabbering...he should not be a captain rather he does not have any place in the team — Imran Akbar (@imakbar) January 23, 2019 Racism not acceptable in any manners @SarfarazA_54 these kind of Comment can let down the sports. Looking forward to strict action — FAHAD (@FAHADBILADIWALA) January 23, 2019 Captain doing such act.. what a shame.. disrespect — Shubham Tiwari (@Shubhamt208) January 23, 2019 There should be a suspension as these were very disgraceful comments passed by sarfraz. A captain should set the standards rather than being a disgrace himself — shehzad nasir (@nasir364) January 23, 2019 Shoaib bhai, this is not a heat of the moment thing. He had no idea what he was saying - these things are a part of Pakistani culture and language and he is ignorant. That being said, I agree, he needs to apologize and maybe be banned. — Zeeshan Anwar (@zeeshanwar_) January 23, 2019
  20. Sledging - the art of getting under your competition's skin by throwing shade at them via verbal intimidation. The idea is to shake your opponent's concentration thereby putting them in a situation in which they are likely to make mistakes and give you the opportunity to exploit their distraction. Having said that, there exists a very fine line between competitively mocking someone and actually offending them on levels that are not only socially unacceptable but can also mentally scar them, and sledging works along that thin line. Understandably, the process could get a bit tricky especially in today's era of the internet in which information travels faster than light and nothing ever is truly forgotten. In the first month of 2019, the cricketing world has seen two examples of sledging that were triggered for similar reasons but turned out to be poles apart in terms of their respective outcomes. While on one hand, we got to witness the great competitive spirit between the Indian wicketkeeper, Rishabh Pant and the Aussie Test captain, Tim Paine, during the Test series between India and Australia, on the other, was what we can only call a complete disaster at the hands of the Pakistani skipper Sarfraz Ahmed against South Africa's Andile Phehlukwayo. During India's tour Down Under, there were various instances in which Pant and Paine exchanged some cheeky comments. While Paine called him a 'babysitter', the 21-year-old returned the favour by asking him how his 'temporary' captaincy was going. The fact that Tim's wife Bonnie Paine joined the ongoing sketch with the classic photo with Pant and even the Australian Prime Minister appreciating the competition, made the rivalry a lot more exciting and fun to watch. Tim Paine doing some recruiting for the @HurricanesBBL out in the middle of the 'G... ð#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/6btRZA3KI7 — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 28, 2018 Despite the comical banter, the two wicketkeepers and batsmen kept it classy while respecting the competing nature of one another. No badmouthing or display of passive aggression was reported during the series or even after it. It was good entertainment for the players, the commentators and the millions of Indian and Australian fans of the game who tuned in daily to watch the two historically great teams go head-to-head. It was Rishabh Pant's turn for some fun on the stump mic today... #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/RS8I6kI55f — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 29, 2018 And then there is Pakistan captain, Sarfraz Ahmed's absolute blunder which came up during the second ODI against South Africa. In a desperate attempt to break a completely dialled-in Andile Phehlukwayo's focus, the wicketkeeper yelled out: “Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya padhwa ke aaye hai aaj? (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [prayer] have you got her to say for you today?).” Not so subtle, is it? Sarfaraz Ahmed to Andile Phehlukwayo: "abbay kaale teri Ami kahan bethi hoyi hain aaj, kya parhwa kay aya hai aaj" "black man wheres your mother sat? What have you asked your mother to pray for you today?"#SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/vw6yuE73OE — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) January 22, 2019 The comment was so offensive that even the legendary Ramiz Raja, the on-air commentator during the match, seemed uncomfortable even speaking about it and when asked by fellow commentator Mike Haysman to translate it for the rest of the English speaking audience, he bailed out by saying that it was a “big long sentence” and was therefore “difficult really to translate.” Racism, in any form, is unacceptable and when you are visiting a country like South Africa, that has a history so tainted by sacrifice and blood lost over colour based discrimination for decades, the visitors must be extra sensitive about such issues. For Ahmed, who happens to be the captain of a national team and therefore the most influential representative of his country, to say something so appalling, is a testament to his lack of sportsmanship and insensitivity towards the others. Pakistan not only lost the match at the hands of Phehlukwayo, who went on to become the Man of the Match but now, Ahmed is also looking at some very serious sanctions that the ICC is mulling over his violation of the ICC Anti-Racism Policy for International Cricket.
  21. We have come a long way since judging people on the basis of the colour of the skin and calling them out because of the way they look, or have we? South Africa, as a nation, has experienced probably the worst form of racism not too long ago when Apartheid was a part of their day-to-day life. Clearly, the memories of racism and discrimination continue to haunt them even now. Under such circumstances, the Pakistani captain and wicket keeper, Sarfraz Ahmed somehow got the brilliant idea to racially taunt the Proteas batsman Andile Phehlukwayo on Tuesday during the second ODI at the Kingsmead Cricket Ground in Durban. After the Pakistani batting order was totaled at 205 within 46 overs, it seemed like a cake walk for the South African batsmen to get over this below-average target but faced some early trouble as their openers Hashim Amla and Reeza Hendricks were sent back for cheap. While Rassie van der Dussen's 80-run performance at one-down was of huge significance, it was Phehlukwayo, who like a brick-wall, was glued to the pitch, determined to win this one for his side. Frustrated as the Pak bowlers were unable to get Phehlukwayo out, Ahmed let out a comment which would later get him into a lot of trouble. He said: "Abey kaale, teri ammi aaj kahaan baitheen hain? Kya padhwa ke aaye hai aaj?". (Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [prayer] have you got her to say for you today?) Sarfaraz Ahmed to Andile Phehlukwayo: "abbay kaale teri Ami kahan bethi hoyi hain aaj, kya parhwa kay aya hai aaj" "black man wheres your mother sat? What have you asked your mother to pray for you today?"#SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/vw6yuE73OE — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) January 22, 2019 Not that Phehlukwayo was able to understand what Ahmed said, but as fate had it, his racially motivated taunt got picked up by the stump mics and was immediately brought to shame by the Twitter world. Sarfraz Ahmed should be punished by @ICC @TheRealPCB for his raciast comments against South African Player — Farooq Murtaza (@farooqmurtaza1) January 22, 2019 Sarfraz Ahmed is nothing more than just another sorry excuse for a Kaptaan. Pathetic sportsman.#PAKvSA #SAvPAK — Ruffles (@aliakberhabib) January 22, 2019 Sarfraz Ahmed might be in trouble after his comments. He might have said it jokingly, but at present, such remarks are taken seriously. The world of sports don't take racist remarks lightly boy! #SAvPak — Faisal Caesar (@faisalyorker1) January 22, 2019 Hey @ICC, That's a gross racist remark by Pakistan Team's Captain Sarfraz Ahmed to Andile Phehlukwayo. Hope you'll take strict action against him. #SayNoToRacism #SAvPAK #PAKvSA https://t.co/H8wFmMJbCl — Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 22, 2019 Ultimately, Phehlukwayo not only succeeded in winning the match for the Proteas, he was also crowned the Man of the Match for his crucial 69* in 80 outing to win the second of five ODIs within 42 overs.
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