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The PCB chief said he would complain to the ICC and the Asian Cricket Association. He told a press conference: “There is no place for noise in cricket. If Afghanistan wants to develop as a team, then emotions have to be controlled.

Pakistan Cricket Board chief Rameez Raja on Thursday blamed Afghanistan cricket fans for the clash that broke out after a thrilling Asia Cup match in Sharjah, saying there is no place for troublemakers in the men’s game. Fans of Pakistan and Afghanistan clashed after Pakistan’s one-wicket victory in the Super Four stage match. It was started by Pakistan batsman Asif Ali clashing with his wicket-taker fast bowler Farid Ahmed on his celebrations.

The PCB chief said he would complain to the ICC and the Asian Cricket Association. He told a press conference: “There is no place for noise in cricket. If Afghanistan want to develop as a team, then emotions must be controlled. It was a great match and both teams played well, but there was no need for such incidents after the match.

Rameez said: “This is not good promotion of cricket. This has happened in the past and all cricketing countries need to look into it. “Winning and losing is part of the game but fans need to control their emotions.” Rameez also lauded the Pakistan team’s performance, praising and saying, “Our team should not give so many heart attacks to us and our fans. We know that even if our team loses, it is not without giving a warrior performance. We would also like that. These players have done us proud.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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