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    SHARJAH: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Police authorities arrested 97 Afghan nationals for damaging Sharjah stadium infrastructure and fighting around the stadium premises.

    Also, 117 people were arrested from other parts of UAE who were involved in the violence against Pakistani cricket fans.

    Reportedly, a total of 391 people were arrested and police have fined AED3,000 (approximately Rs. 190,000) for vandalizing stadium property and warned that if such an incident occurs again, those involved will be deported.

    Afghanistan cricket fans vandalized the stadium, hurled chairs at the Pakistan fans and were involved in scattered fist-fights outside the stadium premises following their last-over defeat to Pakistan in an Asia Cup Super 4 match on Wednesday that knocked them out of the tournament.

    The situation worsened when Afghan bowler, Fareed Ahmad, got the wicket of Pakistan’s Asif Ali and both players exchanged harsh words, inciting the Afghanis to attack Pakistani fans with chairs.

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, Ramiz Raja, also expressed concerns over the incident and has decided to lodge a protest with the International Cricket Council (ICC) in the upcoming meeting.

    “This game doesn’t want such an environment. The visuals were really bad. This wasn’t the first time such a thing happened. Emotions should be kept in check, we own our fans and we lodge a protest with the ICC,” he said.

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    ^ good - if this occurs again with certain nation fans - got to be complete ban on fans entering all games of tournemant


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    Only way is to catch the culprits and punish them.


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    97 afghan nationals arrested

    So it wasnít just a handful. Disgraceful

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    Quote Originally Posted by finalfantasy7 View Post
    ^ good - if this occurs again with certain nation fans - got to be complete ban on fans entering all games of tournemant
    Impossible to enforce this as it's not premier league football we're talking about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    97 afghan nationals arrested

    So it wasnít just a handful. Disgraceful
    Some afghanis are not believing the news and asking for Arabic news source, they are claiming its Pakistani propaganda no arrests or fine happened

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    Afghans are unable to win any debate with their mouths. This is why there country has been the biggest war zone on the planet for over 40 years full of thugs and illiterate fools. These people still live in the dinosaur era! Now they have firstly been heavily fined then will most likely be deported too losing their jobs as well all over a Cricket match on top of which their team lost the match too! Most off them have large families that obviously they forgot all about in their rage! What is even more ridiculous is their furious reaction was over a Pak fan dancing at them to celebrate an Afghan wicket! That is not a crime but throwing metal chairs at people is. It is hard to believe that people can be so stupid that they lose their livelihood over a Cricket match
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    Quote Originally Posted by hitthestump View Post
    Impossible to enforce this as it's not premier league football we're talking about
    i respectfully disagree - this is UAE, they have enough money to do so, just by enforcing this will mean less profit which is always the case with typical owners.

    Also you can have more stewards security - most stewards in the epl are actually people who do it for free - thr own fans base do it for each own club.

    Sports can easily learn from each other and progress, and football is number 1 in many aspects.

    I dont expect smaller stadiums to have this enforced,but smaller stadiums dont get picked for international games.


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    Please note that this report is from an Indian site - so make what you want of it:

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    How Did Pak-Afghan Cricket Match Get Rough? The Other Side of Sharjah Stadium Ruckus

    Following a spectacular cricket match in Sharjah, in which Afghanistan were fighting hard to stay in the Asia Cup tournament only for Pakistan’s last-wicket pair to dramatically clinch their own spot in the finals, crowd trouble erupted in the stands.

    The clashes soon spread from the stadium to the social media, with insulting trends such as #NamakHaram against Afghanistan. The Pakistan media started a nationwide campaign against the Afghans.

    Sources, however, claim this was only one side of the story, which the Pakistani media “chose to show".

    According to sources, a Pakistani group in the stadium hurled abuses and slurs at Afghani fans, which irked the latter, resulting in the ruckus.

    “We (Pakistan) gave them (Afghans) space, food, jobs and shelter and they are still beating us,” some Pakistanis commented on social media, with the Afghan nation being abused on the streets of Islamabad, Peshawar and Karachi.

    Some incidents of violence were also witnessed during and after the match. After the match, a group of Pakistanis teased the Afghanis in Sharjah and both the groups were caught in a clash. Even in Pakistan, according to some media reports, citizens beat up Afghanis while watching the match.

    In Rawalpindi city, an Afghani hotel owner was beaten by a group during the match. Police reached the spot to control the situation, but did not book any person.

    THE REACTIONS
    On the field, Pakistan’s Asif Ali lost his cool and angrily waved his bat at Afghanistan bowler Fareed Ahmad in the 19th over. Fareed had struck twice in the over including the key wicket of big-hitting Asif. The batsman, who hit two sixes in a brisk 16 off eight balls, was caught at short fine-leg in an attempt to hook a bouncer and became embroiled in a row with Fareed as he made his way off the field.

    An incensed Asif gestured in the direction of Fareed with his bat before players intervened along with the umpire to defuse the tension.

    Pakistan vice-captain Shadab Khan, who top-scored with 36, played down the incident, saying it happened “in the heat of the moment" and was best left on the field.

    Rameez Raja, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, issued a statement: “We are going to express our anguish and frustration to the International Cricket Council (ICC). We owe it to our fans, anything could have happened… Our team could have been in danger… So whatever the protocol is, we will follow that and lodge our protest."

    Raja is also part of the ICC’s working committee tasked with reviewing the state of cricket and how it is run in Afghanistan, following the Taliban takeover of the country last year.

    Meanwhile, former Afghanistan Cricket Board CEO Shafiq Stanikzai called for a ban on Pakistan’s Asif Ali for his aggression. “This is stupidity at extreme level by Asif Ali and should be banned from the rest of the tournament, any bowler has the right to celebrate but being physical is not acceptable at all," Stanikzai tweeted.

    Pakistan’s Member of National Assembly (MNA) Mohsin Dawar also raised his voice against a nationwide planned campaign against Afghanistan. “Using a cricket match as an excuse to hurl racist abuse against Afghans is the peak of shamelessness. Pakistan’s decades-old strategic depth policy and interventionist misadventures in Afghanistan are the reasons why Afghans have a problem with Pakistan", said lawmaker Mohsin Dawer.

    TALIBAN UPSET
    The Taliban government of Afghanistan is upset with the Pakistanis. “It was fuelled by Pakistani media later. Pakistan insulted us as a country and we can’t rule out the involvement from government level. We want Pakistan to give a public apology for this,” said a source in the Taliban government.

    https://www.news18.com/news/world/ho...e-5922709.html
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    Afghan fans are a disgrace and anyone who is supporting them is a disgrace as well. This is just unacceptable.

    As it is ACB do not have a women's team (mandatory for all test playing nations to retain full member status) and yet get away with it probably because of BCCI's support, and now their fans, time and again, do this kind of ****.

    No way this team should be allowed to compete. None of their players even cared to condemn the behavior of their fans Shameless.

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    When you attend any Cricket match then a bit of banter with opposite fans adds to the atmosphere. Some singing, light slagging and dancing adds to the fun. There is always a chance that your team will lose that doesn't give anyone the right to start throwing chairs at each other. If you can't accept your team being defeated then don't be there. Afghanistan fans now deported deserved what they got with the law coming down heavy on them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    97 afghan nationals arrested

    So it wasnít just a handful. Disgraceful
    Best news ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    Best news ever
    Afghan fansí behaviour is disgraceful.Something s inherently wrong with them.They caused a lot of trouble in England too.The UAE authorities must fine the heavily.If they canít pay the fine then lock them up for a few weeks.This nay deter them.I think Afghans in Australia will also act like hooligans during T20 WC.The Australian police and security staff at cricket grounds should be prepared to deal with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_ahm View Post
    Afghan fans are a disgrace and anyone who is supporting them is a disgrace as well. This is just unacceptable.

    As it is ACB do not have a women's team (mandatory for all test playing nations to retain full member status) and yet get away with it probably because of BCCI's support, and now their fans, time and again, do this kind of ****.

    No way this team should be allowed to compete. None of their players even cared to condemn the behavior of their fans Shameless.
    If nations involved in match fixings can still play cricket, than what afg did was nothing

    Lol, a team should be banned because a very few of its fans threw chairs.

    Did india get banned for the world cup semi against sri lanka? Did pakistan get banned for the running onto the pitch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytrader View Post
    Please note that this report is from an Indian site - so make what you want of it:


    https://www.news18.com/news/world/ho...e-5922709.html
    Interesting that the Indian news site "quoted" the Taliban to criticise Pakistan without actually quoting anyone. Pretty desperate stuff. This only drags Afghan cricket even lower in the eyes of the world. It does seem like cricket is being used as a political weapon to present Afghans in an anti-Islamic light.


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    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Police authorities arrested 97 Afghan nationals for damaging stadium infrastructure and fighting around the stadium.

    Also, 117 people were arrested from other parts of UAE who were involved in the violence against Pakistani cricket fans.

    A total of 391 people were arrested and will likely face heavy fines and deportation from the UAE along with a lifetime ban on UAE visas, as per reports.

    Afghanistan cricket fans vandalized the stadium, hurled chairs at the Pakistan fans and were involved in scattered fist-fights outside the stadium premises following their last-over defeat to Pakistan in an Asia Cup Super 4 match on Wednesday that knocked them out of the tournament.

    Ugly scenes were witnessed at UAE’s Sharjah after angry and disappointed Afghanistan cricket fans vandalized the stadium, hurled chairs at the Pakistan fans and were involved in scattered fist-fights outside the stadium premises following their last-over defeat to Pakistan in an Asia Cup Super 4 match on Wednesday that knocked them out of the tournament.
    Source: https://www.newswire.lk/2022/09/09/u...arjah-stadium/.

    391 people got arrested in whole of UAE. Wow! Deportations and heavy fines are likely.

    UAE doesn't play around.

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    Former Pakistan player Javed Miandad has criticised the Afghanistan team for showing “bad behaviour” during a Super Four match against Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2022 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

    In the 19th over of the match, Fareed Ahmad dismissed Asif Ali, who lifted his bat to hit the bowler after hearing some words from behind.

    “I am disappointed with Afghanistan because of their bad behaviour. We brought them into the picture, and they used to practice in Pakistan. And now see their language. Have they lost their minds?

    “Pakistan have been playing the game for 20 years now. I coached Afghanistan, but I was baffled to see how they behaved, thinking of themselves as superstars. Your cricket is nothing. If you remain humble and give respect to others, your game will grow. Warna is tareeke se tum lafootas cricket kheloge,” he added.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post
    Source: https://www.newswire.lk/2022/09/09/u...arjah-stadium/.

    391 people got arrested in whole of UAE. Wow! Deportations and heavy fines are likely.

    UAE doesn't play around.
    If they do get deported, most of them will end up in Pakistan

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    Too often people fall for propaganda videos. Unless there is evidence that these guys were watching the game and then celebrated, they could be celebrating a wedding or childbirth for all I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillionrider View Post
    Too often people fall for propaganda videos. Unless there is evidence that these guys were watching the game and then celebrated, they could be celebrating a wedding or childbirth for all I know
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    For Indians, and probably for Srilankans too, the worst cricketing supporters are Bangladeshis. The kind of language and religious jibes they throw around, are atrocious. I have never seen, country officials doing naagin dance on pitch, after winning match in a tri-nation tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Jhant View Post
    For Indians, and probably for Srilankans too, the worst cricketing supporters are Bangladeshis. The kind of language and religious jibes they throw around, are atrocious. I have never seen, country officials doing naagin dance on pitch, after winning match in a tri-nation tournament.
    I thought Indian's were bosom buddies with the Bangladeshis?. What you claim is news to me.The snake dance though is just so embarrassing to say the least.


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    The celebration videos could be from anywhere and for any occasion, perhaps from the win by afg over sl or bangladesh in league phase or perhaps from a marriage function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cover Drive Six View Post
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    Two sixes have gotten them really bad. Running all kind of verbal diarrhea. They are really frustrated that Pakistan gives them hope of winning and then wraps up the game by beating them in close calls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cover Drive Six View Post
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    He is ambassador of nothing. The government that selected him does not control even 1% of Afghanistan.


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    The match between Afghanistan and Pakistan was a thrilling encounter, and in the end, Babar Azam's side prevailed by one wicket as Naseem Shah hit back-to-back sixes in the final over to seal the contest. However, the match was marred by some unsavoury scenes as Afghanistan fans broke the chairs inside the Sharjah Stadium and even assaulted Pakistan fans. The match also saw Pakistan's Asif Ali clashing with Afghanistan pacer Fareed Malik.

    "Our players have played with Pakistan players. When there used to be refugee, our players used to play in Peshawar. When you know the players, there is a sense of competitiveness, and aggression is bound to be there. The fans of both Pakistan and Afghanistan wait for this contest. The players are also aggressive and they give their best to win. The aggression is there on the ground, sometimes it can be a bit too much, but in the end, it is just a sport. These types of incidents can happen," said the former Afghanistan captain, Asghar Afghan.

    "But at the end of the day, cricket was the winner. One team has to win, one team has to lose. Even the fans were angry after Afghanistan lost against Pakistan in the Asia Cup. There was a scuffle, this was not right. Sports should be looked at as sports only, these types of incidents should not take the glory away from the sport," he added.

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    Najam Sethi in his presser today regarding violence and bad behaviour during matches between Pakistan and Afghanistan:

    "This was not discussed now but was discussed in Dubai with Afghanistan cricket officials about what is the guarantee or who will manage the Afghan players and their crowds as our past experience on this has not been that good"

    "In that regard, there were 2 assurances given, one was from UAE authorities who have done some new arrangements where an effort will be made to separate the sitting areas of supporters of Afghanistan and Pakistan; Secondly strong action will be taken against rowdyism in Sharjah so that these types of things don't happen"

    "As far as players are concerned, and I did speak to ACB management about this, to make their players understand that wins and losses do happen; We have a lot of experience of wins and losses so we are able to control our emotions but since you (Afghanistan) are new to this, then please take care of this; We have spoken on this issue and I hope things will be fine"


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Najam Sethi in his presser today regarding violence and bad behaviour during matches between Pakistan and Afghanistan:

    "This was not discussed now but was discussed in Dubai with Afghanistan cricket officials about what is the guarantee or who will manage the Afghan players and their crowds as our past experience on this has not been that good"

    "In that regard, there were 2 assurances given, one was from UAE authorities who have done some new arrangements where an effort will be made to separate the sitting areas of supporters of Afghanistan and Pakistan; Secondly strong action will be taken against rowdyism in Sharjah so that these types of things don't happen"

    "As far as players are concerned, and I did speak to ACB management about this, to make their players understand that wins and losses do happen; We have a lot of experience of wins and losses so we are able to control our emotions but since you (Afghanistan) are new to this, then please take care of this; We have spoken on this issue and I hope things will be fine"
    Would love to see some rowdyism in the crowd and them those rowdies getting spanked by UAE police.

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    This was an important step taken by the chairman. The afghans behaviour during the last 2 world cups have been nothing short of disgraceful and this hooliganism behaviour needed to be addressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib Akhtar 100 MPH View Post
    This was an important step taken by the chairman. The afghans behaviour during the last 2 world cups have been nothing short of disgraceful and this hooliganism behaviour needed to be addressed.
    The point though is that how can the Afghan board control the visiting fans in the UAE.

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    I have no problem in Afghanistan fans supporting whoever they want. Only thing is violence is a big no, no. It is the Afghan refugee's living in Pak that play a big price for their behaviour. They are bullied and beaten up for that.


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    Unfortunately I've seen Indian fans make fun of Afghanis when they start riots, throw seats and all-round get physical vs Pakistani fans.

    I've read so many jibes on how Pakistanis are also weak for not fighting back, yet not one admitted why they didn't fight back. They had family members there along with kids.

    I just hope nothing kicks off again because if it does then Afghani fans deserve severe punishment because this isn't the first time they've caused anger when they've gone onto lose a game.

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    Tickets is the issue.

    The trouble has been due to them turning up without tickets and gett8ng into the ground as they did at Headingley in the World Cup.


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    Why host the series in dangerous Sharjah?

    Bring the series to Rawalpindi and Peshawar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Tickets is the issue.

    The trouble has been due to them turning up without tickets and gett8ng into the ground as they did at Headingley in the World Cup.
    Why dont they buy tickets and enter through the gate like everybody else does?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaz View Post
    Why dont they buy tickets and enter through the gate like everybody else does?
    They obviously feel they don't need to. Perhaps they are used to getting into stadiums without buying tickets back home - I'm not sure.

    I was at Headingley for the World Cup match and what I saw was unbelievable. The Afghan fans were attacking any Pakistani fans, it didn't matter whether they had families with them or not.

    They were an absolute disgrace.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    They obviously feel they don't need to. Perhaps they are used to getting into stadiums without buying tickets back home - I'm not sure.

    I was at Headingley for the World Cup match and what I saw was unbelievable. The Afghan fans were attacking any Pakistani fans, it didn't matter whether they had families with them or not.

    They were an absolute disgrace.
    Country is being run on foreign aid for decades and they are use to it, they want "foreign aid" in watching a game also, for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    Unfortunately I've seen Indian fans make fun of Afghanis when they start riots, throw seats and all-round get physical vs Pakistani fans.

    I've read so many jibes on how Pakistanis are also weak for not fighting back, yet not one admitted why they didn't fight back. They had family members there along with kids.

    I just hope nothing kicks off again because if it does then Afghani fans deserve severe punishment because this isn't the first time they've caused anger when they've gone onto lose a game.
    One possible explanation is because itís so unheard of and random. Itís a shock, really. Youíre going there to enjoy some cricket with the family, not to put them at risk in a battlefield. No civil and mentally sane human being is not going to be in a bit of a shock when something like that happens.

    Also, if they have family with them, they probably will focus on evacuation rather than engaging those barbaric animals. Shielding them and getting the heck outta there ASAP.

    If you replace Pakistani fans with Indian fans, and something like this happens, chances are, the Indian families getting attacked will prob do the sameÖ

    From what I recall in the video, they were pockets of young afghanis who didnít have any wife or kids around with them, so didnít have to worry about their well-being. Correct me if Iím wrong here. Itís been a while
    Last edited by Suleiman; 16th March 2023 at 06:15.

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