VIDEO of sloppiness in Pakistani cricket: Players showed middle finger to each other during Pakistan Super League, maligning Gentlemen’s game


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Pakistan Super League is currently being organized in Pakistan. During a match of the same tournament, there was a fierce fight between Pakistan fast bowler Sohail Tanvir and Australian batsman Ben Cutting. Both were seen showing indecent gesture (middle finger) to each other. The video of this entire incident is going viral on social media. Sohail Tanvir has made a similar indecent gesture to Ben Cutting during the Caribbean Premier League played in 2018. Ben Cutting has given this answer to Sohail Tanveer.

During the match between Sohail and Ben, there was a heated argument.

During the match between Sohail and Ben, there was a heated argument.

Got punishment in 2018
In 2018, during the Caribbean Premier League, when Sohail Tanvir showed the middle finger to Ben Cutting, he was also punished. He has repeated the same mistake again during the Pakistan League match. He caught the catch of the cutting, after which he was again seen showing the middle finger. However, the start came from the Australian player. Let us tell you that Ben Cutting plays for Peshawar Zalmi. At the same time, Sohail Tanveer plays for Quetta Gladiators.

Pakistani bowlers have also done throat slit celebrations
After taking wickets in the game of cricket, bowlers often celebrate in different ways, but what happened in Pakistan would be called sloppiness. Two years ago, during the Big Bash League, Pakistani fast bowler Haris Rauf had landed in controversy due to his ‘slit throat’ celebration. Rauf used to do throat slitting action every time he took a wicket. Many people objected to this. The Twitter handle of BBL itself shared the video of their celebration calling it cruel and rude.

Former Australian rugby league footballer Darrell Broman also criticized the Pakistani player’s provocative celebration by tweeting. He had written, ‘I don’t think Haris Rauf needs a throat slit celebration every time he takes a wicket. Of course he is a good bowler, but after taking the wicket, his movement is not good.

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