Sarfaraz Ahmed got Abused by his own Fans, Totally low act by Pakistani Fans
After a series of defeats in major World Cup matches, Pakistan’s cricket team is down and disappointed with their own performance in the mega event. And, some fans in the UK make sure to put more pressure on them by abusing and stalking them in public which is not a good act generally because they are bullying them instead of supporting them. Humanity is first but such low acts don’t go to put a positive impact in the world.
This tendency to abuse Pakistani celebrities in the UK is nothing new. As it has also been seen before, but the victims were political figures. Now, cricket’s stars, who have brought glories to the country, are the new victims of this behavior on the streets of the UK. A video is going viral on social media in which an unidentified person can be seen harassing and abusing Pakistan cricket team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed.
Sarfaraz was supporting his young son and remained silent at the time he was facing abuse and hate. Similar incidents occurred outside a shopping center in London, where two young players from the Pakistan team were attacked by some young men, an eyewitness told the reporters.
Other Pakistani Players Also Being Criticized by the Fans
Imam Ul Haq and Babar Azam were out of a mall when a group of young men mocked them. It was a difficult time for the players to face such unwanted and bizarre acts by the fans. A source on the Pakistan team says players are clearly disturbed by this and are under stress due to behavior in public places and on social media.
Last week, a video of Pakistani players dining at Sheesha Cafe went viral on social media. While social media claimed the video was from the night before the big game. Shoaib Malik, who was spotted among players in the video, clarified that it was from Thursday. That incident happened two days before the match against India. These act by Pakistani fans shows how low and desperate they are. Instead of supporting and backing the team they all are mocking them which is, to be honest, a shameful act.