Regarding the hostility shown towards Pakistani cricket team players during the Indo-Pak match, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) filed a complaint.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) submitted a protest on Tuesday citing “inappropriate conduct” directed at members of the Pakistani cricket squad during the high-profile match, days after Babar Azam and co. were unsuccessful in solving the ICC World Cup jinx against squad India in the 50-over spectacular. The greatest stage saw the return of the long-running rivalry between India and Pakistan on Sunday.
World Cup organizers the country They maintained their winning streak over their fierce rivals at the World Cup by beating Pakistan by 7 wickets. During the intense match between India and Pakistan, Mickey Arthur, the team director and chief coach, spoke frankly about the conduct of the spectators at the packed Narendra Modi Stadium. The Pakistani cricket board officially protested to the International Cricket Council (ICC) twice in two days following India’s convincing victory over Babar’s team on the issue of delayed visas for Pakistani journalists. Zaka Ashraf, the PCB chief, had previously voiced grave worries about the hold-up in issuing World Cup permits to Pakistani spectators and journalists.
PCB lodges a complaint about crowd behavior with the ICC.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is concerned about the delay in media visas for Pakistan and the lack of regulations regarding visas for Pakistani supporters attending the ongoing World Cup 2023. has filed another formal protest with the International Cricket Council (ICC). In addition, the PCB has lodged a complaint for inappropriate behavior directed towards the Pakistan team during the October 14, 2023, India vs. Pakistan game, according to a statement from PCB Media.
Rizwan’s actions during the India-Pakistan conflict
According to several accounts, during India vs. Pakistan’s match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in match No. 12 of the ICC World Cup 2023, Mohammad Rizwan, the wicketkeeper-batter, was heckled by spectators. At the largest cricket stadium in the world, Rizwan was reportedly greeted by several supporters shouting “Jai Shri Ram” (Hail Lord Ram) several times as he made his way back to the pavilion. There was a lot of discussion on social media over the viral video that showed Rizwan returning to the pavilion.
Camp in Pakistan is plagued by fever
With the recovery of multiple Pakistani team members from fever in Bengaluru, PCB has released its formal reaction. Australia and Babar’s Pakistan team will play their next World Cup match on Friday in Bengaluru. “Although a few players have experienced fevers recently, the majority have already fully recovered. Ahsan Iftikhar Nagi, the media manager for PCB, told PTI that those who are still in the recovery stage are still being monitored by the team medical panel, before Tuesday’s match against Australia, Pakistan, the former world champions, trained at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.