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Yusuf Pathan slapped spectator for his bad behaviour

Yusuf Pathan slapped spectator for his bad behaviour
Indian player Yusuf Pathan allegedly reacted to rude behavior and words by a young spectator and slapped him during a Ranji Trophy match between Baroda and Jammu and Kashmir. Baroda all-rounder was upset by the remarks passed by the young spectator when he was batting at the Reliance Cricket Stadium against Jammu and Kashmir. "This young guy had been shouting and passing indecent comments against Yusuf and other players of Baroda such as Ambati Rayudu, when they were batting. Yusuf was in no mood to forgive at such behaviour and so after he got out he called that youngster in to the dressing room slapped him twice," said Parikh, secretary of Baroda cricket association. Pathan’s younger brother and India player Irfan Pathan learned about the incident and rushed to the dressing room to bring the situation under control. He also said that the match referee will send a report about today's incident to BCCI for further action.


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