Former South Africa opener Herschelle Gibbs has made shocking revelations concerning the two-match ban enforced on him through the 2007 Test show against Pakistan.
new Delhi: Former South Africa opener Herschelle Gibbs has made shocking revelations in regards to the two-match ban enforced on him through the 2007 Test show against Pakistan. The ICC had banned Gibbs for 2 suits during a Centurion Test match in 2007 to make racial remarks against a section of Pakistani followers.
Gibbs' declaration on Pakistani followers ended up being taped in a stump mic, for which he utilized terms like a beastly pet against Pakistani followers. <! –
Gibbs ended up being responding to followers' concerns on Twitter. During this, he responded to a concern expected by an admirer, "Some rowdy Pakistani fans were called animals. They forced my son and his mother to move from their seats in front of the players' buying area."
Gibbs has scored 6167 and 8094 operates in 90 Tests and 248 ODIs for South Africa correspondingly. He features accurate documentation of striking six successive sixes in six ODIs.
(Input: Agency IANS)