Lahore (Monitoring Desk) Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has warned the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to keep an eye on the behavior of their players during the series in Sharjah and to remember the past. Like stop them from inciting against Pakistani players. According to the news website ‘Propakistani’, Najam Sethi has said that “I spoke to the Afghanistan authorities in Dubai about crowd control and the behavior of their players.”
Najam Sethi said, “I asked him what guarantee you have to take care of your fans and players, because our experience in this regard in the past has not been good. I have asked them to control their players. Winning and losing is part of the game. We have experience with winning and losing, so we can control our emotions. They are new to international cricket, so they need to control their players.”
According to the report, three matches are going to be played in this T20 series between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The series starts from March 24 and all three matches will be played at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
It should be noted that when the two teams met in Sharjah last year, Asif Ali and Afghanistan’s fast bowler Farid Ahmed had a lot of heat. Farid pushed Asif first, prompting the batsman to raise his bat quickly, as if to hit Farid. Meanwhile, the players and umpires on the field intervened and separated the two players.