LAHORE Coming out with lame excuse, the Pakistan hockey team has cited crowd behaviour as major reason for their poor show in the Commonwealth Games hockey tournament. The captain of Pakistan team as well as the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) accused the abuses thrown by the Indian fans for their 7-4 loss in the hockey event. Accusing the India audience for the loss, PHF secretary Asif Bajwa asserted that Pakistani players had to go through abusive and insulting chants during the Games. Pakistan captain, Zeeshan Ashraf, also accused the Indian crowd for their loss, said that they were under extreme pressure on the field. Bajwa further said: It is now more difficult for our players when they play in India and there is more pressure on them because of the treatment they get from the spectators. I am not making excuses for my teams loss to India but this type of attitude from spectators put extra pressure on them. Pakistan finished sixth after their humiliating defeating against India. India had also defeated Pakistan in a World Cup match in Delhi earlier.