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Pakistan Batter Responds to Chants Against Teammate: “Can Badly Affect Health”


After Khushdil Shah was ejected against England, several spectators began chanting “Parchi, parchi” as he made his way back to the dugout.

At the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore on Sunday, Pakistan fell to England by a score of 67 runs in the seventh and decisive T20I encounter. In the game’s opening innings, England scored 209 runs while losing 3 wickets, stopping Pakistan at 142 for 8 after 20 overs. In the series-deciding game, the hosts’ batting performance was terrible; only Shan Masood struck a fifty, and the rest of the side made no discernible contributions. While cheering for their sides, some spectators made a poor gesture against Pakistan batter Khushdil Shah.

Adil Rashid dismissed Khushdil after he had scored 27 off of 25 balls on his own. Some spectators began chanting “Parchi, parchi” as the southpaw was making his way back to the bench after being removed from the game.

It’s important to note that the phrase is sometimes used to denigrate athletes by implying that they were chosen for the squad based more on connections than on ability.

Imam-ul-Haq, a teammate of Khushdil, appealed on Monday that supporters refrain from calling players names since doing so will harm their mental health.

When posting the incident’s video to Twitter, Imam wrote: “In order to protect the health of any player, I would like to ask our supporters to refrain from such outbursts and instead to continue to support them as you always have, regardless of the outcome. We compete for both YOU and PAKISTAN. God bless you.”

In the seven-match series, Pakistan took a 1-2 lead at one point before winning two straight games to lead 3-2. However, England eventually made a strong comeback and won the final two games to win the series.

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