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PCB Complains to ICC About Crowd Conduct in Ahmedabad at CWC 2023

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has received a formal complaint from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) about the alleged improper behavior of the Ahmedabad audience during their ODI World Cup match against India on Saturday (Oct. 14). At the Narendra Modi Stadium, more than 120,000 spectators watched as India defeated Pakistan by seven wickets to extend their winning streak over their bitter rivals in the ODI World Cup to eight straight.

PCB files a complaint against BCCI


“The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has filed another official protest with the ICC about the lack of a visa policy for Pakistani supporters attending the current World Cup 2023 and the delays in granting visas to media from Pakistan. Inappropriate behavior directed against the Pakistan team during the India vs. Pakistan game played on October 14, 2023, has also been the subject of a complaint from the PC.” According to the statement.

The PCB was initially reluctant to play in Ahmedabad versus India because of previous controversy. These requests, however, were not taken into account. In addition, the PCB requested permission from the Indian government. So that its journalists could visit India for the ODI World Cup after having their admittance earlier rejected.

PCB Complains to ICC About Crowd Conduct in Ahmedabad at CWC 2023

On Saturday, the Men in Green suffered their first setback of the ODI World Cup campaign. It was a humiliating seven-wicket loss to India. They had previously defeated Sri Lanka and the Netherlands, with the latter victory coming in a game in which they set a record by scoring 345 runs. With the loss against India, their ODI World Cup losing skid has now reached 8-0.

To play Australia, Pakistan will next go to Bengaluru. In order to make up for their loss against India, Babar’s team will now want to perform well on Friday. Australia, on the other side, is facing its own issues after dropping their first two games. They managed to overcome Sri Lanka by five wickets in Lucknow on Monday, however, and averted a loss.

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