The former cricketer further added that emotions should be kept in check during and after games
The Pakistan-Afghanistan match gave birth to a lot of controversies; from Asif Ali butting heads against the Afghan pacer to Naseem Shah clinching the victory for Men in Green to fans' altercation after the match had ended.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman took notice of the matter and claimed that the board will lodge a formal complaint in regards to the incident that took place after the match had ended.
Ramiz's statement also addressed the incident which followed after Pakistan's victory where Afghan fans turned to aggression for losing the match.
The PCB chairman claimed that hooliganism has no place in cricket and that such an atmosphere such be kept away from cricket at all costs.
After Pakistan eventually registered an emphatic 1-wicket victory, the Afghan fans reverted to violence and threw everything from chairs to plastic bottles at Pakistan supporters.
"You don't identify hooliganism with cricket. This is something that cricket definitely doesn't want, and we don't want such an atmosphere around cricket," said Ramiz.
Adding on to his initial point, Ramiz said that PCB will launch a formal complaint to the ICC regarding this.
"We will write to ICC about this and raise our voices, doing whatever is within our power. The visuals were very disturbing, and this isn't the first time this has happened. Wins and losses occur on the ground, and it was a grueling contest," added Ramiz.
The former cricketer further added that emotions should be kept in check.
"Emotions must be kept in check; otherwise, cricket-playing nations can't rise. We will voice our concerns about this because we own our fans, and anything could have happened. Our team could have been in danger," he concluded.