Pakistani cricketer Imam-ul-Haq on Sunday urged fans to refrain from making fun of players regardless of their performance.
Last night in the latest T20I clash between Pakistan and England at Gaddafi Stadium, spectators began chanting at Khushdil Shah after he was sent back to the pavilion.
The left-handed hitter played in four of seven games and scored a total of 63 points in the series.
In a video shared on Twitter, the crowd could be heard shouting “parks, parks” as the player returned to the pavilion.
Imam, taking to the microblogging website, wrote: “I would like to ask our fans to avoid such rants against any player as it may negatively impact the player’s health and please try to support them as you always do, regardless of the results.”
The player further said that the team is playing for the fans and for Pakistan.
After a lackluster show on Sunday, Pakistan lost the seven-game series after losing the T20I final to England by 67 points.
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