Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed apologised on Wednesday following a controversial comment aimed at South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo which was picked up by a stump microphone during the second one-day international in Durban on Tuesday.
Quinton de Kock and Dale Steyn have been included in the Proteas squad for the three remaining ODIs against Pakistan starting at SuperSport Park on Friday afternoon.
There’s more than just the series against Pakistan at stake as the Proteas will be aiming to turn The Wanderers stadium pink for a good cause.
Quinton de Kock and Dale Steyn, who were rested for the first two games, return to the Proteas squad for the remainder of the ODI Series against Pakistan, starting with the third ODI at SuperSport Park on Friday.
Pakistan captain and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed (right) has apologised for his comments in Durban.
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Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed speaking to commentator Mike Haysman.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed could find himself in hot water after allegedly spewing out a racist remark aimed at Proteas all-rounder, Andile Phehlukwayo during the second ODI at Kingsmead on Tuesday.
Man of the Match Andile Phehlukwayo following the game between South Africa and Pakistan at Kingsmead.