Cape Town – Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar The current captain says Sarfraz Ahmad Should apologize for its so-called descriptive chip Andrew Fehluveve On Tuesday.
The incident took place in the 37th over of South Africa's run-chase during the second ODI at Kingsmead in South Africa in Durban, when Fahlweve made Shahin Shah penetrate the inside of Shahid Afridi's bowling, which dumped the stumps.
Pahlquay, at the time, reached the end of the non-striker at the age of 50, Sarfraz heard on the stump microphone called in Urdu: "Abe Kyle, Teri Ami This is the story of Baitain Hai? Where is that?".
When translated into English, it means: "O black man, where is your mother sitting today? What do you want to say to her today?"
It is still unclear whether Sarfraz will receive a punishment from the ICC, but the response to the social media indicates that he may be in some trouble.
Akhtar, a hot-head customer in his playing days, went to Twitter to suggest that Sarfraz's actions are "unacceptable" and he should apologize.
Akhtar, 43 years, from 1997 to 2011, played 46 Tests and 163 ODIs for Pakistan.
Sarfraz should explain himself and media in his comments given to the batsman. pic.twitter.com/Ocx74ry4IW
Shoaib Akhtar (@ Shoaib 100mm) January 23, 2019