CWC 2023: PCB files complaint with ICC over conduct of spectators in Ahmedabad

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18-10-2023

    PCB has lodged a formal protest with the ICC over delays in visas for Pakistani journalists

    Booing sounds could be heard when Ravi Shastri interviewed Babar Azam during the toss

    Mickey Arthur had remarked that this did not seem like an ICC event but rather a BCCI event

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has listed a series of objections they have had with regard to their tour of India. “The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lodged another formal protest with the ICC over delays in visas for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for Pakistan fans for the ongoing World Cup 2023. The PCB has also filed a complaint regarding inappropriate conduct targeted at the Pakistan squad during the India vs Pakistan match held on 14 October 2023,” The PCB’s official media account stated on X. 

Pakistan’s visit to India after a period of 8 years has been marred by a series of controversies. Particularly, incidents that had transpired outside the field during their clash with India on October 14th has become a point of dispute. Booing sounds could be heard when Ravi Shastri interviewed Babar Azam during the toss. Video of the crowd shouting “Jai Shree Ram” as Pakistani wicket keeper Mohammad Rizwan waked back to the pavilion after getting bowled out by Jasprit Bumrah has evoked mixed responses across the spectrum on the internet. Pakistan team director Mickey Arthur had remarked that this did not seem like an ICC event but rather a BCCI event with the team’s “Dil Dil Pakistan” not being featured in the game. 

A complaint was also filed against Mohammad Rizwan for offering namaz on the ground after his century in Hyderabad. 

CWC 2023: PCB files complaint with ICC over conduct of spectators in Ahmedabad

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    PCB has lodged a formal protest with the ICC over delays in visas for Pakistani journalists

    Booing sounds could be heard when Ravi Shastri interviewed Babar Azam during the toss

    Mickey Arthur had remarked that this did not seem like an ICC event but rather a BCCI event

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has listed a series of objections they have had with regard to their tour of India. “The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lodged another formal protest with the ICC over delays in visas for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for Pakistan fans for the ongoing World Cup 2023. The PCB has also filed a complaint regarding inappropriate conduct targeted at the Pakistan squad during the India vs Pakistan match held on 14 October 2023,” The PCB’s official media account stated on X. 

Pakistan’s visit to India after a period of 8 years has been marred by a series of controversies. Particularly, incidents that had transpired outside the field during their clash with India on October 14th has become a point of dispute. Booing sounds could be heard when Ravi Shastri interviewed Babar Azam during the toss. Video of the crowd shouting “Jai Shree Ram” as Pakistani wicket keeper Mohammad Rizwan waked back to the pavilion after getting bowled out by Jasprit Bumrah has evoked mixed responses across the spectrum on the internet. Pakistan team director Mickey Arthur had remarked that this did not seem like an ICC event but rather a BCCI event with the team’s “Dil Dil Pakistan” not being featured in the game. 

A complaint was also filed against Mohammad Rizwan for offering namaz on the ground after his century in Hyderabad. 

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