Former Pakistan all hands Mudassar Nazar recently spoke about the current Pakistani cricketers, who are currently in England for the forthcoming test series against the hosts. As the team continues to follow the England cricket Board (ECB) biosecurity measures resulting from the ongoing pandemic coronavirus, Nazar believes that the players of Pakistan from 1990-ies would have exploded if they faced similar situations. According to the 76-test veteran players from the past would have spent their quarantine, fighting against each other.
Nazar talks about Mudassar players face fatigue limit
During a conversation with news channel of Pakistan, Mudassar Nazar referred to the biosecurity measures in England as a medium, which is not suitable for playing cricket. He also admitted that the hearing of the Pakistani players are “bored and tired” in England because of the restrictions. He also said that Pakistan team players of the 1990-ies would not have survived in such conditions because staying together because they would use “struggle” and “each other now.” Making such comments, the player who became a coach was referring to several incidents from the past strife within the team of Pakistan cricket.
Speaking about the current team, Nazar was also concerned about players living in limitations. He believes that living in such an environment may have an impact on their performances. He added that playing in England is not an easy task.
England vs Pakistan 2020: Pakistan tour to England against the background of the coronavirus UK
Team Pakistan cricket is currently scheduled to play three tests and as many T20Is against England from the 5th of August. Pakistani cricket players has already arrived in England and are currently undergoing training. But Azhar Ali will be leading a team of Pakistan in test series, Maverick young player Babar Azam will lead the ‘green men’ in T20Is.
Schedule for England vs Pakistan 2020 a three match test series:
England V. Pakistan first test 2020: 5 to 9 August at old Trafford, Manchester
England V. Pakistan second test 2020: from 13 to 17 August in the rose bowl, Southampton
England V Pakistan third test-2020: from 21 to 25 August in the “rose bowl”, Southampton
Schedule for England vs Pakistan 2020 a three match T20I series:
England vs Pakistan 2020 first T20I: August 28, at old Trafford, Manchester
England V Pakistan, second T20I 2020: 30 August at old Trafford, Manchester
England vs Pakistan 2020 third T20I: September 1 at old Trafford, Manchester
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