Pakistan cricket captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has been banned for four matches due to racist comments. He made objectionable comments from South Africa’s black player Andy Falkuwao in the second ODI in Durban on Wednesday. In the investigation of the ICC incident, according to their anti-apartheid laws, the Pakistani captain was sentenced to
South Africa. But in the second one-day match, Andy Falkuewo’s all-round knock turned out to hosts. When Batman, the match-winning batsman, batted while batting, wicketkeeper Sarfaraz racist commented. The start of the incident in the 37th over of the innings Pakistan skipper said that the black skin of the black player and his mother was unacceptable in Urdu. But by using a microphone, those words came to the ears of everyone. After all, criticism started in all the Mahalalayas. Sarfaraz Ahmed apologized on Twitter after the
incident. He said such words from the disappointment of the match, he was not intended to hurt a particular person, he said. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) expressed regret for the incident through a formal statement. But the ICC retains the decision to punish those who agree with their laws. Sarfaraz was given the ban today as he was found guilty by the investigation. He will not be allowed to play in the next two one-dayers of the series due to sanctions. He will also be out of the field in the first two matches of the Twenty20 series starting in February.