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Twitter slams Sarfaraz over racist remarks after he calls South Africa’s Phehlukwayo ‘Kalay’

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Sarfaraz Ahmed has put himself into a whole lot of trouble after he referred to South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo as ‘Abbay Kalay’.

During Pakistan’s second ODI against South Africa, Sarfaraz referred to the South African as ‘Abbay Kalay’ after Andile survived getting out on several occasions.

Sarfaraz is already under fire due to his performances and his remarks don’t do him any favours.

Abbay Kaale Teri Ami Kahan Bethi Hoyi Hain Aaj, Kya Parhwa Kay Aya Hai Aaj” is what Sarfaraz was heard saying through the strumps microphone, which translates to “Black man, where’s your mother sat? What have you asked your mother to pray for you today?”

Here is video proof of Sarfaraz’s remarks

It is quite clear that Ramiz Raja was embarrassed too because when he was asked to translate it, he excused and said it was a long sentence so it was hard to translate.

People are calling him out and condemning the Pakistani skipper for his racist remarks.

Tweeps are asking everyone to stop defending Sarfaraz because racism is unacceptable

‘Undeniably unacceptable’

Others are calling for fine and punishment for the Pakistani skipper

‘Sarfaraz should be ashamed of himself’

Shoaib Akhtar is not too pleased and is demanding explanation from the Pakistani skipper over the matter


It is unacceptable behaviour and we need a lot of counselling over it

What Sarfaraz said might not be racism to him, but as captain of the PAKISTANI NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM, he needs to be more aware of things around him. He should be more careful, because he is representing over 220 million people around the world.

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