Captain Sarfraz Ahmed banned 4 matches on the off-handed sentences

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed banned 4 matches on the off-handed sentences

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed banned 4 matches on the off-handed sentences

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed banned 4 matches on the off-handed sentences


The International Cricket Council banned 4 matches on the national cricket team captain Sarfraz Ahmed, on whom the breed-friendly phrase was.


The ICC has banned Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed 2-day and 2 T-Twenty20 matches, which will be unable to play the first two matches of the three T-T20 series, including outstanding matches of the South Africa series against South Africa.

The ban on Sarfraz Ahmed has been officially announced by the ICC.

The ICC took action against Sarfraz Ahmed, and said in his statement that Pakistani captains have been found guilty of violating 'ICC Anti Race Against Code'.

According to the ICC, Sarfraz will also have to attend the educational program against racism, and the ICC and Pakistan Cricket Board will remain in touch for when and where this educational program is.

ICC chief executive David Richardson says that this type of behavior has been implemented on the policy of ICC Zero Talarrens, Sarfraz Ahmed asked for his forgiveness on behalf of everyone and expressed his regret for doing it. Due to the minimum punishment applied.

In the second one-day match against South Africa, Sarfraz Ahmed had told South Africa's Black father Andy Fillik Wave, a racial racist phrase that he did not hear.

Sarfraz Ahmed apologized to the player on his own, and he was also thanked by Andy Felicio Wave, though the ICC banned 4 matches on captain Sarfraz Ahmed.

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed banned 4 matches on the off-handed sentences

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