Karachi: Pakistan kabaddi team lost the summit clash of Kabaddi World Cup to host India narrowly by 45-43 after allegedly umpires favored the home team.
Pakistan skipper Ahmed Shafiq Chishti said he was very disappointed with the organizer after losing the match.
“The match final whistle blew before time. It was shocking we could have won the match. Moreover we were not allowed to drink water. This is outrageous,” Ahmed said.
Pakistan was leading the match after third quarter by 31-27 when according to Ahmed the umpires started favoring India.
“I think India feels that if it organizes the tournament, the right of World Cup title is exclusively theirs. They want to win it by hook or crook,” he added.
“We need to stop participating in the tournament as there is no fairness and therefore no justice. The tournament is not decided on the basis of competency,” he said.
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