CWC 2023: PCB made a big complaint to ICC after losing to India,

In the World Cup (CWC 2023), a great match was played between India and Pakistan (India vs Pakistan) on 14 October. In this match, Team India defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets and defeated them by 7 wickets. In this match, Pakistan team looked very weak against India and was lagging behind India in every department. Pakistan is very upset after this defeat. The situation is that Pakistan Cricket Board has made a complaint to ICC regarding this match.

In fact, Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Zaka Ashraf had also reached India to watch this great match. After watching this match, he has now returned to Pakistan. As soon as the PCB returned to Pakistan, it complained to the ICC about India saying, ‘Pakistan team was not treated properly by the spectators at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Apart from this, the Pakistan Cricket Board has also lodged a formal protest with the ICC regarding the delay in the visas of Pakistani journalists and the visa policy of Pakistan fans.

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In fact, during the match between India and Pakistan, the Indian supporters who came to the world’s largest Narendra Modi Stadium had trolled the Pakistani players a lot. A video of trolling Pakistani players also surfaced on social media. The Pakistan Cricket Board has taken the step of complaining to the ICC after PCB Chief Zaka Ashraf held a meeting with senior officials.

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After the crushing defeat by the Indian team in CWC 2023, Pakistan team coach Mickey Arthur also talked about the behavior of the Indian spectators and its impact on the team. Let us tell you that Pakistan team now has to play its next match in the World Cup against five-time world champion Australia on 20th October. This match between the two teams will be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

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