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Imran Tahir in heated argument with Indian fans after getting abuse, probe launched

DNWEB26451 | 2/13/2018 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :536



 

There was an incident of racial abuse during the fourth ODI between India and South Africa in Johannesburg on Saturday.
South Africa's Pakistani born cricketer Imran Tahir has alleged that he was racially abused by an Indian spectator at the Wanderers Stadium.
Video footage has emerged of Tahir in an altercation with some spectators in the upper tier of the stands at the end of the fourth ODI.
"I wanna see how he can abuse me," an enraged Tahir can be seen saying. "Yes, but it's not right what you're doing. You're a South African cricketer," a woman is heard arguing. "Obviously, that's why I came. Because he was abusing me. Does he have any manners? I have a family as well,"
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