Usman Khawaja: First controversy over shoes, then Usman Khawaja came to play with a black ribbon; I know the matter

The first Test between Australia and Pakistan will be played in Perth. At the same time, Australian opener Usman Khawaja is constantly trending on social media. In fact, initially there was a controversy surrounding Usman Khawaja’s shoes. The ICC did not allow Usman Khawaja to wear shoes in support of Palestine. This shoe said “Support Palestine.” It was written on Usman Khwaja’s shoes: All lives are equal, freedom is the right of people. There was much controversy over how Usman Khawaja supported Palestine.

But Usman Khawaja didn’t just limit himself to the shoes. He then played in the Perth Test against Pakistan with a black armband. In fact, Usman Khawaja came down with a black ribbon to show his solidarity with the people of Gaza. He also initially shared the video on social media. In this video, Usman Khawaja says that cricketers have often been allowed to show their support for other things. But I think it’s disappointing, especially in my case. Don’t always be strict with everyone.

According to ICC rules, displaying political or religious statements on cricketers’ clothing or other items is not permitted. In this context, Usman Khawaja says he will follow the rules to avoid a personal or team ban, but he will challenge the ICC’s decisions. On the other hand, if we talk about the Perth Test, Usman Khawaja scored 41 runs. But formed a good partnership of 126 runs with David Warner.

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