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Pakistani Lawyer Files Suit, Seeking Arrest For Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistani Lawyer Files Suit, Seeking Arrest For Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed on Saturday admitted there was psychological pressure on him after losing to India in the World Cup match.He, however, stressed that the morale of the team is still high as they aim to bounce back in the tournament.Sarfaraz said the players were given two days' rest following 89-run defeat on June 16.

Sarfaraz also pointed out his situation pointing out that if he were to say anything, it would become a new issue, and if he didn't say anything, people would keep on talking about him.

Nevertheless, after being picked by the fans and media around the world, the man issued an apology through a video message.

"I saw my video when I was there (at the mall) and saying something to Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed".

He also mentioned that he had deleted the video from his mobile phone and remained unsure of how it made it to the social media. "I apologise to everyone, who was offended with the incident, I had never uploaded that video".

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"Yawning is a normal thing to do, I didn't commit a sin". They only lost the game, but were completely outplayed by Team India.

Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is in more trouble now as a Pakistani lawyer filed a suit on him to arrest him soon after he returns home from England for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The team went on to become the butt of all jokes and many fans criticised players fitness and their training regime.

Following the criticism Pakistan's captain Sarfaraz Ahmed received for the poor performance of the team as a result of his poor decisions from nearly the entire country, including former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, it is pacer Hasan Ali's turn to be trolled. In five games so far, Pakistan have managed to amass just 3 points with one win.

Ahead of a do-or-die match for Pakistan against South Africa on June 23, the skipper finally chose to speak and lashed out at all the issues.