Shoaib Akhtar’s Twitter Fight With Unruly Fans

Shoaib Akhtar’s Twitter Fight With Unruly Fans. Afghanistan Cricket Board chief Shafiq Stanikzai involve in a heat Twitter exchange following an unruly scene. Between fans of both teams in Sharjah.

Pakistan and Afghanistan played a nail-biting thriller in the Super 4 stage of the ongoing Asia Cup on Wednesday in Sharjah. Naseem Shah hit back-to-back sixes off the first two balls of the final over to give Pakistan a one-wicket victory and a place in the final against Sri Lanka. However, after the match, the Sharjah Cricket Stadium witness unsavoury scenes as Afghanistan fans. Also Clearly upset with the loss, were seen breaking chairs and assaulting Pakistan fans.

In addition, Afghan fans can be seen breaking chairs and throwing them at Pakistan supporters in a video shared by former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar.

“This is what Afghan fans are doing. What they’ve done in the past multiple times. This is a game and it’s suppose to play and taken in the right spirit. @ ShafiqStanikzai your crowd & your players both need to learn a few things if you guys want to grow in the sport. ” Akhtar also wrote in a Twitter post.

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Shoaib Akhtar’s Twitter Fight With Unruly Fans

In addition, Former Afghanistan Cricket Board chief Shafiq Stanikzai responded to Akhtar. Saying that no one can control the emotions of fans. That he should not bring an entire nation into the discussion when discussing such an incident.

“You can’t control the emotions of the crowd and such incidents happened in the world of cricket multiple. You should go ask Kabir Khan, Inzimam Bhai and @iRashidLatif68 how we treated them. Am giving you an advice next time baat ko nation pe Mat lena,” wrote Stanikzai.

In the match between Afghanistan and Pakistan, Afghanistan also batted first and scored 129/6 in 20 overs. Pakistan, chasing 130, was cruising at one point, with the score 87/3 in the 16th over. Pakistan, on the other hand, crumble from there on, falling to 118/9 in the penultimate over.

They needed 11 in the final over to win, and it was Naseem Shah who came through for Pakistan.

Pakistan’s players were also ecstatic after their win. Which secure their place in the Asia Cup final, and there were some wild scenes in Sharjah.

Also Read: During the Asia Cup Super 4 match, Pakistan’s Asif Ali nearly hits Fareed Ahmed Malik in a fit of rage.

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