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Pak vs Afg: Afghanistan’s fans trend on Twitter as Namak Haram after beating Pakistani fans with chairs in stadium

The extreme reaction of Afghanistan’s fans after losing a cricket match versus Pakistan is not the latest thing to witness since such things have taken place on multiple occasions. The last time Afghanistani fans spread violence in the stadium, clashing with Pakistani fans, was in the ICC ODI World Cup 2019 match, but it recently has happened in the Super 4 match of Asia Cup 2022.

After Pakistan defeated Afghanistan by one wicket to qualify for the Asia Cup 2022 final, the fans lost their control and started throwing chairs everywhere in the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. As if it was not enough, they started beating the green fans with chairs as the video with proofs circulated on the internet.

Many officials took it to their social media accounts, appealing to the concerned authorities to ban Afghans from attending cricket matches or to take care of such acts on an immediate basis avoiding physical violence. Some also advised the officials of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to train their people and players in the basic ethics to execute in daily life.

Pak vs Afg match now looks more like Pak vs Ind back then due to the intense battle between the two parties and heated words exchanged. One such incident took place on Wednesday as Fareed Ahmed, the Afghanistani bowler, threw his choice of words at Asif Ali after the batter was caught by Karim Jannat on Ahmad’s bowl.

The action was not adored by Asif, and either he raised the bat at the bowler, which let other Mohammad Nabi’s bowlers join the fight. The match referee had to involve to avoid any physical interaction between the two sides. Not only Fareed, but other players, including the water boy, eyed furiously at Asif.

Naseem Shah, the bowler who came to bat with the last wicket remaining, made sure to revenge on the Afghanistan Cricket Team for their misconduct towards his mate Asif. Apart from having a fabulous bowling spell of 4-0-19-1, Naseem’s sixes in the final over won the match for the men in green, booking their place in the final.

Let’s have a look at what the Pakistani fraternity has to say about Afghanistan’s fans’ misbehaving.

Also, see:

PAK vs AFG Live Score, Asia Cup T20I 2022 Live Score, PAK vs AFG Scorecard Today, PAK vs AFG Playing XI`s


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