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“They ought to be fair to all teams” – PCB chief Mani on ‘Mauka Mauka’ ad


Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani thinks that International Cricket Council (ICC) should look into the Star Sports’ advertisement following the attackable ad which the official broadcaster came up with as a promo of India vs Pakistan clash.

Fan reacts on Star Sports' Mauka Mauka ad for Father's day

“I think this is for the ICC to observe. Star is the host broadcaster. They are not an Indian broadcaster, they are the broadcaster of the ICC. They ought to be fair to all teams. That (the mysteries) isn’t a part of cricket,” Mani said.

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Earlier, the official broadcaster, Star Sports likewise brought back the ‘Mauka Mauka’ promotion that had circulated around the cricket world during the season of the 2015 World Cup. But this time they have given it a Father’s Day bend for June 16, when Father’s Day is celebrated the whole way across the World. In the video, the Indian fan in the advert utilizes this chance to take the ‘BAAP’ burrow over the Pakistani fan. The ad has been much insulting for the Pakistani fans.

However, Pakistan face India in the most highly anticipating match of this World Cup on Sunday,June 16 at Old Trafford in Manchester. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) executive Ehsan Mani guaranteed that there would not be any provocation signal from his national side in the game.

“You won’t get any overflow from the Pakistan side. They are there to play cricket, full stop. We don’t have to make gestures. I have dependably considered cricket to be a tool to make altruism and better understanding. We should keep it like this. It’s a game. It’s a gentleman’s game. That is the manner by which it ought to be,” The previous ICC executive, Mani said.

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