Cricket – Pakistan’s Sarfraz suspended for controversial taunt

FILE PHOTO: Cricket - South Africa v Pakistan - Second Test - PPC Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa - January 6, 2019 Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed looks on after the match REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

(Reuters) – Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has been suspended for four matches for breaching the anti-racism code in Tuesday’s second one-day international against South Africa, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Sunday. Sarfraz’s on-field taunt in Urdu was caught by stump microphones but he denied that they were aimed at South Africa all-rounder Andile […]

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