The skipper of Pakistan Sarfraz Ahmed apologizes for the allegation of prejudice in a South African match

The Pakistani commander, Sarfraz Ahmed, apologized in the wake of being blamed for making a bigot remark against South African player Andile Phehlukwayo.


The thirty-one was caught in the stump amplifier amid the second global Tuesday in Durban.

The International Cricket Council opened an examination after Sarfraz was heard utilizing the Urdu word “kaale”, which signifies “dark”.

“Obviously, I didn’t intend to agitate anybody,” he composed on Twitter.

“I might want to stretch out my earnest conciliatory sentiments to any individual who was affronted by my dissatisfaction, which, lamentably, was grabbed by the stump amplifier amid yesterday’s amusement against SA,” said Sarfraz.

“My words were not routed to anybody specifically, I didn’t need my words to be heard, comprehended or imparted to the contradicting group or cricket fans.

“I have had previously and will keep on valuing the kinship of my cricket accomplices from around the globe later on and will regard and respect them both on and off the pitch.”

The Pakistani cricket chamber said it had a “zero resilience” way to deal with bigot comments and that “any hostile remark by any cricket player, also the commander, isn’t adequate to the PCB”.

The administrator of South Africa, Mohammed Moosajee, said after the amusement: “The International Criminal Court and the match authorities have noticed the supposed occurrence started methods to examine the issue can remark just once we have gotten the consequences of the examination … ”

South Africa won with five lightweight planes to even out the arrangement of five recreations at 1-1, with Phehlukwayo assigned man of the match in the wake of taking four points for 22 and after that scoring 69.

The ICC still can’t seem to issue an announcement.

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