'Tera India Nahin Hai Yeh': Pakistan's Haris Rauf Threatens To Beat Up Abusive Fan In USA, Stopped By Cricketer's Wife; VIDEO

'Tera India Nahin Hai Yeh': Pakistan's Haris Rauf Threatens To Beat Up Abusive Fan In USA, Stopped By Cricketer's Wife; VIDEO

Rauf threatened to beat up a fan who allegedly abused him from a distance. The pacer was on a walk with his wife when the incident took place.

Rohan SenUpdated: Tuesday, June 18, 2024, 04:31 PM IST
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Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf recently got into a scuffle with a few fans who asked for pictures with the cricketer in Florida.

Rauf threatened to beat up a fan who allegedly abused him from a distance. The pacer was on a walk with his wife when the incident took place.

Rauf initially thought that the abusive fan was from India but the guy involved was in fact a Pakistan cricket fan.

"Tera India nahi hai yeh," he was heard telling his wife before scampering over to confront the group of fans.

"Nahi, main Pakistan se hoon, 1 picture maangi hai bass aapka fan hoon," the guy was heard telling Rauf in the video which has gone viral on social media.

"Pakistani hai aur yeh teri haalat hai. Baap ko gaali dega," a furious Rauf hits back before being pulled away by his wife.

PAK players under fire

Pakistan cricketers are set to return home on Tuesday after their flop show in the T20 World Cup 2024 in USA. The Men in Green crashed out in the group stage after close defeats against co-hosts USA and arch-rivals India.

The players have come under tremendous backlash from fans and the Pakistani cricketing fraternity after yet another disappointing performance in an ICC event.

Several players, including captain Babar Azam, have decided not to go back home and instead will head to London. The others however, will have to face the wrath of the fans after they land in Pakistan.

No unity in Pakistan team: Gary Kirsten

Even new coach Gary Kirsten was frustrated with the team's performance in the tournament and allegedly gave them an earful in the dressing room after their exit.

"There's no unity in Pakistan's team. They call it a team, but it isn't a team. They aren't supporting each other; everyone is separated, left and right. I've worked with many teams, but I've never seen such a situation," Kirsten reportedly told the players after Pakistan's final league match in the T20 World Cup against Ireland.

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