Haris Rauf slaps his own partner in PSL

Pakistan Super League (PSL) are not taking the name of the dispute to stop. After Australian all-rounder James Faulkner’s payment dispute, now a player has slapped another player on the middle ground. This player was sent by former Indian captain MS Dhoni as a gift from his IPL team Chennai Super Kings last month. Lahore Qalandars fast bowler Haris Rauf (Haris Rauf) slaps Kamran Ghulam for dropping a catch on his bowling.

Haris Rauf slaps his teammate

Actually, the match between Peshawar Zalmi and Lahore Qalandars took place on Monday in Pakistan Super League. Peshawar Zalmi was batting first in this match, Hazratullah Zazai came out to open the innings from his side. In the second over of the innings, Haris Rauf came to bowl. In his over, Kamran Ghulam dropped Jazai’s catch.

At this time, Haris Rauf did not give any special reaction. But later in the same over, Fawad Alam took a catch off Haris’s ball. To celebrate this wicket, Kamran Ghulam including all the team members came to congratulate Haris. But Haris (Haris Rauf) gave him a loud slap receipt. Although people are considering it as a slap in fun. But the expression on Haris’s face was filled with anger.

Even before this there have been disputes in PSL

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Along with this, let us tell you that such incidents have happened in Pakistan Super League even before this. In the year 2016, there was a scuffle and abuse between Pakistani bowler Wahab Riaz and batsman Ahmed Shehzad. After this Wahab was fined 40 percent and Shahzad 30 percent of the match fee. Now it has to be seen whether the Pakistan Board takes any action on the field between Haris Rauf slapping his fellow player.

There has been a flurry of controversies in this season of Pakistan Super League. Earlier, English batsman Alex Hales left the season due to personal reasons. Then Australian all-rounder James Faulkner started dismantling the hotel’s parity after payment problems surfaced. Now this act of Haris Rauf on the middle ground has given rise to another controversy.

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