Ind vs Pak: Amid severe backlash from fans, Pak bowler urges crcket fans to not do this

  • | Tuesday | 18th June, 2019

Pakistan players, including captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, have been facing severe backlash from fans back in the cricket-crazy country after they lost the big-ticket encounter by 89 runs.

After severe backlash by Pak fans, Pakistan fast bowlers Mohammad Amir has urged cricket fans not to use abusive language when criticising the players for their horror show against India in the much-anticipated ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match on Sunday in Manchester.

Pakistan players, including captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, have been facing severe backlash from fans back in the cricket-crazy country after they lost the big-ticket encounter by 89 runs. India extended their unbeaten run against Pakistan in World Cups to 7-0 as their arch-rivals came up with an insipid performance, triggering critical reactions from fans.

Social media was flooded with memes, some funny and some filled with abuses after Pakistan went down without a fight in the rain-curtailed tie in Manchester.

Amir insisted that Pakistan players have no problem when they are being criticised but objected the usage of bad words. "Pls dont use bad words for the players yes u guys can criticise our performance we will bounce back InshAllah we need ur support (sic)," Amir wrote on social media.

Fans questioned Pakistan players` intent and fitness levels as pictures of them allegedly socialising hours before the India match went viral online. Pakistan Cricket Board though rubbished the reports, saying Sarfaraz Ahmed`s men did not violate the curfew.



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