The Men in Green were subjected to unacceptable behavior during their encounter against archrival India at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi stadium, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which has filed a complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC).
During the match on October 14, Pakistani players subjected to degrading chants from the crowd, the PCB claimed.
Following his century against Sri Lanka, Muhammad Rizwan criticized by Indian supporters who yelled religious chants at the wicketkeeper-batsman.
An earlier complaint also made against Rizwan for praying during the match on October 6 against the Netherlands by Supreme Court of India attorney Vineet Jindal.
This is the second time since the start of the World Cup in India that a complaint has made against Rizwan.
He dedicated his performance to the people of Gaza in light of the continuing Israel-Hamas conflict on X after hammering a game-winning century against Sri Lanka. The wicketkeeper-batsman not subject to punishment, however, since the ICC satisfied with his behavior.
In addition, the PCB has once more filed an official objection with the ICC about the lack of a visa policy for Pakistani spectators attending the ongoing World Cup 2023 as well as the delays in granting visas to media from Pakistan.
Last week, the cricket board expressed dismay over the delay in the issuance of Indian visas for Pakistani fans and journalists despite nearly a week into the World Cup 2023.
Some of the journalists travelled to India after receiving visas before the game on October 14.
The mega cricket event began on October 5, but the Indian authorities have not yet issued visas to Pakistanis for attending the World Cup.