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The Second One-Day International between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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Fareed Ahmed, an Afghan player, acted unsportsmanlikely during the third and final ODI match of the series between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Insiders claim that Fareed misbehaved with Babar Azam and Imam ul Haq after the game, using crude language and refusing to shake hands.

This event occurred after Afghanistan appeared to have a difficult time accepting the Men in Green’s one-wicket victory over them in the second One-Day International.

The all-format captain and opening batter reportedly did not retaliate to Fareed Khan’s crimes, displaying exemplary restraint in the face of insult.

Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi, two seasoned Afghan all-rounders, had to apologize to the Pakistani players for the behavior of a colleague.

According to reports, in addition to telling Fareed Ahmed to leave the area incensed, Rashid Khan reportedly apologized to Babar on behalf of the Afghan coach.

The national team administration took notice of the occurrence and immediately protested the disrespectful treatment of the captain of the team.

Adding to the tension, star Pakistani bowler, Shaheen Shah Afridi, was said to be infuriated by the controversial yet legal dismissal of Shadab Khan by Fazal Haq Farooqui in the last over.

As per media reports, the left-arm pacer went to the extent of preventing the national team from shaking hands with the Afghanistan team after the second match.

Following this, the team management advised Shaheen Shah Afridi and all the players to exercise restraint and uphold the spirit of the game.

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