Cape Town - 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.
Squad (for remaining three ODIs against Pakistan): Faf du Plessis (c), Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock (wk), Beuran Hendricks, Reeza Hendricks, Imran Tahir, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Dale Steyn, Rassie van der Dussen.
But Sarfraz did not apologise to - or even mention - Andile Phehlukwayo, the South African allrounder against whom his comment, which included a racist epithet, seemed to be aimed. "Kya parhwa ke aya hai aaj tu?" That frustration resulted in a racist comment on the South African player. Sarfraz can be heard saying, "Abey Kaaley, Teri Ammi aaj kaha baithi huyeen hain, Hain???"
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The sledge translates roughly to: "Hey black guy, where's your mother sitting today? What [kind of prayer] did you ask her to say for you today?"
The exchange led to an immediate reaction in the commentary box with Mike Haysman asking former Pakistan Ramiz Raja what Sarfraz was saying.
Although there has been no official word from the match officials, including match referee Ranjan Madagulle, Sarfraz's utterances could land him in hot water with cricket's governing body.
Article 2.13 of the regular code covers the use of insulting or obscene and offensive language used by players against another in the regular code of conduct. As per Article 2.13 of the ICC's anti-racism code which relates to abuse and obscene or offensive language, it says that "This offence is not meant to cover any use of language that is likely to offend another person on the basis of their race, religion, gender, colour, descent, national or ethnic origin".