Abuse of female cricketers; Former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq in controversy

Dubai: Former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq has been accused of making abusive comments against cricketer Nida Dar. Razzaq reacted sarcastically to Nida Dar’s comment that women can play at the same level as men’s cricketers. The incident has become controversial in Pakistan. They hope to join the men’s cricket team. Men can do everything, not just men. Referring to Nida Dar’s reference to women who can go with them, Razzaq added that they wouldn’t even feel like a woman if they shook hands. Razzaq is on the defensive as cricket fans take charge of the incident. Abdul Razzaq declined to respond. The women do all the hitting, bowling and fielding. “If I wasn’t a cricketer, I would definitely be in another sport,” he said. There are already reports that women who play cricket are not receiving enough consideration in Pakistan. Former cricketer Shahid Afridi also misrepresented women’s cricket.

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Some fans say that if Pakistan cannot respect female cricketers, send them to India. One fan said ex-players who are supposed to inspire young players feel embarrassed by that stance. Female cricketers are receiving great support from fans. But many of the former high-level players are being ignored in the name of religion.

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