T20 World Cup: Rashid Khan was harassed before the match against Pakistan, feared about the 2-year-old thing


Sharjah: The world’s top leg-spinner Rashid Khan on Thursday appealed to the spectators of both the teams to keep calm and enjoy the match, recalling the incident of clash between the fans in the final match between his team Afghanistan and Pakistan in the 2019 World Cup. .

2 years ago there was a clash

During the match between Pakistan and Afghanistan on 29 June 2019, fans of both the teams clashed outside Headingley Cricket Ground in Leeds when an aircraft was seen flying over the area with the banner ‘Justice for Balochistan’ flying high in the sky. Was. These people were pulled out of the field after several videos of that violent clash during the first half of the match surfaced.

Shouldn’t have happened: Rashid

Rashid Khan said, ‘What happened after the World Cup 2019 match should not have happened. But all the fans are requested that whatever happened is over, in the end this match will unite the countries and bring them together, such accidents should not happen.

Pakistan won that match

Rashid Khan was speaking on the eve of the T20 World Cup match between Afghanistan and Pakistan. These two teams were last face to face in the ICC World Cup in 2019 and Pakistan won by 3 wickets.

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Keep calm fans: Rashid

Rashid Khan said, ‘Of course it is always a good match against Pakistan, it was the same when we played in the Asia Cup in 2018. And also in the 2019 World Cup. But this match should be treated like a match. It is a request to all the fans to keep calm and enjoy the match. The team that plays better that day will win.


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