Chair promises to “venge” Pakistan’s cancellation when it meets England in New Zealand at the World Cup
Ramiz RajaThe PCB chair, attacked the “Western countries” of cricket. He dealt with the second cancellation of the home series within a few days. England’s decision to withdraw a team tour of men and women to Pakistan has tattered Pakistan’s busiest home season for years. In a video message released by the PCB, Ramiz said the decision was disappointing, but it was also expected, eliciting a bullish message of independence and rebirth accordingly.
The PCB is struggling with the ECB’s decision, and authorities say the PCB feels betrayed. Pakistan has toured England, New Zealand and the West Indies twice since the pandemic began, but now we only see England quoting the general public. Covid bubble fatigue As a reason to leave the tour.
“I’m terribly disappointed with England’s withdrawal, but it was expected because the Western nations are unfortunately trying to unite and support each other,” Ramiz said. “Therefore, we can make any decision based on security threats and perceptions. The first New Zealand was angry because it ran away without sharing information about the threats it was facing.
“Well, this [England] As expected, this is a lesson for us. Because when they visit, they don’t get in the way of us to deal with and pamper these sides. And when we go there, we are subject to strict quarantine, We accept their adviceHowever, there is a lesson in this. In other words, from now on, we will only go to the extent that it is in our interest.
“Our interest is that cricket doesn’t stop in our country. It doesn’t make sense if cricket fraternity can’t take care of each other. New Zealand, then England, now possible to hit There is a sexual West Indies series, and Australia is already rethinking. This (England, Australia, New Zealand) is all in one block. Who can I complain about? I thought it belonged to us, but they didn’t accept us as theirs. “
It’s too early to start calculating the economic impact if these two tours don’t occur, or if other hits occur during the season, but some within the board have lost 1,500. We believe it could range from $ 10,000 to $ 25 million. There was talk of replacements coming in to fill the gap-provided by the second strings of Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka-but there are logistical difficulties. Instead, Ramiz said the lesson that Pakistan needs to learn from now on is to strengthen it internally so that the team doesn’t even think about withdrawing.
“In order for these countries to remain interested in playing us, we must improve and expand the cricket economy,” he said. “Our players receive better rewards and we are more respected because it also benefits us. They come to PSL and they don’t get creepy or tired, but they get together. They have different ideas about Pakistan. “
He did not provide details, but said Pakistan had begun formal communication with New Zealand seeking compensation for losses associated with the abandonment of the tour. And, as he did a few days ago, he again called on the team to get rid of the frustration of players and fans on the field when they finally played in the T20 World Cup.
The team’s preparation has been almost wiped out. Pakistan had planned 12 T20Is for the tournament, but it was a rainy series in the Caribbean and these cancellations meant completing a single T20I on that schedule and joining the tournament. To do. The only cricket their players have right now is the National T20 Cup, which starts on September 23rd.
“We are now in the World Cup and go where the target had one team-neighbors [India], New Zealand and England have been added. So gain strength and a way of thinking that we will not lose because you did not act properly with us. We take revenge on it to the ground. “
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