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Why Pakistan went ahead with the England tour | Instant News


Wasim CEO DCC Khan emphasized that ‘cricket and COVID-19 will have to coexist’

Image: PCB also took note that the West Indies had proceeded with their tour of England, despite the pandemic. Photo: PCB/Twitter

The Pakistani cricket Board came under intense pressure to send a team to England or not after 10 players tested positive for COVID-19, but in the end went on a tour to ensure the resumption of the game on the background of the pandemic, a top official said.

Last month, the 10 players left from the England tour after they failed to clear the test for the coronavirus.

Shadab Khan, Haris Rauf, Ali Haider, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Rizwan, Wahab Riaz, Imran Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain and at Bhatti were among those who gave a positive result in the first round. A few players subsequently withdrawn a second test and joined the squad in England.

Pakistan will play a three match test series against England, beginning from August 5, after three T20 international matches.

“The Council was under pressure when tests many players are positive. Thus sending cricket team in England during a pandemic coronavirus was quite a hard decision,” Wasim, General Director of KSP Khan was quoted by Pakistani channel.

“We have fulfilled our plan to go ahead with the tour, because we first decided to send a team to play our role in the restoration of world cricket and keep it on track, it is essential to continue with the matches.”

Khan also emphasized that ‘cricket and COVID-19 will have to coexist’.

He insisted that there was no other reason for going ahead with the tour to England, other than to ensure that the international cricket resumed in the background COVID-19 pandemic.

He said the PCB also took note that the West Indies had proceeded with their tour of England, despite the pandemic.

“When we are asked about our decision to continue the tour to England, the same question should also be put in the team West Indies cricket, which also continues the scheduled matches,” he said.

“The West Indies (cricket team) decided to go to England, when the situation was worse there (due to pandemic).”

Khan said international teams had different ideas about playing in Pakistan.

“They are more willing to come now. Tell me, why aren’t these teams like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh to come to the tests, and the white cricket ball, before we were captured. We also brought the MCC side and the Bangladesh women’s team. All of this gives us confidence that more teams will be in the near future in Pakistan”.

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Recent players of Pakistan were at each other’s throats, if kept in the quarantine: Mudassar Nazar | cricket news | Instant News


Mudassar Nazar. (Photo: s&g/PA images via Getty Images)

Karachi: former Pakistan cricket Mudassar Nazar believes that teams of the past would have exploded if kept in the form of “restrictive” quarantine that the current side ahead of their test and T20 series against England next month.
Nazar, who was the head of the The Pakistan Cricket Board‘National Academy of S until recently, also claimed that he was told about the side of boredom and fatigue in a bio-bubble in England to combat COVID-19 threat.
“I don’t think this environment is ideal for cricket. From what I heard, players in England are bored and tired because COVID-19 restrictions and the environment”, – he told news channel of Pakistan.
“I just wonder what would have happened if the teams from the past like in the 90s need to stay together in such circumstances COVID. I think some players would be fighting and they will gnaw each other’s throats now,” said Nazar.
Comments former all-rounder was the excavation cases in the past, when the struggle was prevalent in Pakistan cricket along with the riots players.
This 64-year-old, who played 76 tests and 122 ODIs, said that current circumstances in the world was difficult for professional players in cricket.
“I told our players that are currently in training in England are tired of all the restrictions etc. It may affect their performances in the coming series, because it is never easy to play in England,” said Nazar.
Nazar said Wednesday biologically safe could adversely affect the national cricket.
“If I were a place, I would have been very boring. It is difficult to play in such situations,” he said.
He also questioned the decision to call Muhammad Amir to join the team in England after the Pacer was originally pulled due to the birth of his child.
“In the past, this player wants to play in the same format for his country and now that he’s available, he immediately called in the team. That is something that does not sit well with me,” he said.
Nazar, as well as a qualified coach, said that he saw the upcoming test series in England as the last frontier for the batsman Babar Azam.
“Lately, he’s got a great grip on his bat and he’s really good batting. By the way I took last year Dale Stein South Africa, and then the Australians in their business, I just think that if Babar enters works in England, it will stop in the future,” he said.

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The azharuddin Mohammed can cause accusations knife flower against Khan Younis: former Pak captain Rashid Latif – cricket | Instant News


The Pakistan cricket Board (PCB), may have refused to comment on this issue, but the former batting coach Grant flower, the revelation about the behavior of Khan Younis in the dressing room refusing to die. Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has added a new dimension to it, bringing with former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin in the equation.

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“Younis Khan is quite difficult to master. I remember one incident in Brisbane during the test, for Breakfast, I tried to give him some batting advice… but he didn’t take kindly to my advice and went with a knife to the throat, Mickey Arthur, sitting beside her, who had to intervene,” flower said after the cricket podcast’.

Responding to this question, Latif said that one of the reasons why the flower is such a comment on Unis, can be Azharuddin.

“We don’t know what’s going on in the locker room. But Azharuddin may be a reason for this. In 2016, Eunice made a double century at the oval. He (Younis) not take the name of the coach (Grant flower). He said that I was struggling and was talking to Azharuddin,” said Latif in a show on YouTube called ‘behind’.

“This is a big factor in that the player is lending someone else, not the coach. The flower must be contributed as a coach of the batting and served Pakistan. But I think the factor Azharuddin had somewhere in it (the flower) of the mind, and he probably wanted to go back to it,” added Latif.

Latif was referring to Younis’ 218-run knock in the oval in 2016, which helped Pakistan to win last test and square the series 2-2 against England. Eunice, who struggled for runs in the series, turned everything around in the last test, became the oldest Pakistan batsman to score a double hundred at the age of 38 years.

After the match, Younis revealed that Azharuddin had called him before the last test series and I advised him how to stay longer at the wicket.

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Cricket : stakeholders want full Pakistan 2019 super League matches in November | Instant News


The Pakistan cricket Board and franchisees confirmed that their most preferred option remained intermediate the remaining four matches of Pakistan super League GBL 2020 in November. Pakistan super League governing Council met via teleconference on Thursday, and it was discussed between the interested parties for the games in the month of November.

Chairman PCB Ehsan Mani said “Once again, she was attractive and interesting meetings of the Board of governors with a common interest is the welfare and future of GBL Pakistan super League. Of course, the future of GBL RAP is crucial for PCB and franchisees, and as such had a tendency to make bigger, better and stronger brand. The remaining PSL games 2019 is now able to be held in November”

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Expressing optimism, the Chairman of the ACC and others recognized there was a large number of moving parts due COVID-19 pandemic and agreed to continue analysis and monitoring of the internal situation before making recommendations to the governing Council.

The financial stability of the PSL discussed

Recently, former Pakistan Pacer Shoaib Akhtar has questioned the financial viability and feasibility of the CPF for the franchise. Akhtar said that it is related to the fact that most of the teams the RAPS want to sell their teams and out of League. The RAP has also been in the news in recent years, increasing differences between of the PCB and franchises of the RAP. To address this, the Board has recently established an independent Department of the Pakistan super League, which will be headed by the Executive project RAPS Shoaib Naveed. Franchises and PCB have agreed the framework of regular contacts between groups and the Department of CPF, aimed at improving consultative dialogue on various operational and strategic issues concerning the League.

On the basis of a continuous review of the League’s six franchises and PCB agreed framework for enhanced cooperation to ensure long-term growth of the PSL and to create financial stability.

“The PSC and the franchisee expressed their determination that they will continue to work together to solve all the current problems and to ensure that all parties continue to flourish and benefit from what is now one of the largest and most followed cricket League in the world.”

The owner Islamabad United Ali Naqvi said, “the formation of a separate Department PSL is a necessary step. GBL PSL is the largest brand in the Pakistan and the dedicated team working on it year-round will improve development for all stakeholders involved in the League.

We’ve all seen that GBL CPF funds for the fans of Pakistan this year the whole season is here. There is a huge potential for us to grow together and we are ready to work with the PCB to ensure this growth”.

Lahore Qalandars’ Gul Sameen Rana said “A key aspect of our long-term partnership with the PCB is to conduct regular consultations on the RAP governing Council. We had a very fruitful discussion today, and we are aligned with the PCB from the point of view of solving the problem by joint efforts and continue to improve and enhance GBL CPF”.

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Pakistan cricket has failed to cope with the talent of Umar’ | Instant News


Image: Kamran Akmal defended his younger brother Umar. Photo: Nigel Marple/Reuters

Discarded Pakistan wicket-batsman Kamran Akmal on Tuesday defended the strange behavior of his younger brother Umar Akmal, saying, the establishment of cricket in the country has failed to cope with the talented batsman.

Umar is currently serving a three-year ban for not reporting place-fixing approaches, but appealed against the decision of the independent Tribunal of the Pakistan cricket Board. Date of the hearing has not yet been determined.

“The off-field activities is nothing new in Pakistan cricket. Management team and a captain should know how to deal with such players. Look how Inzi bhai (Inzamam-ul-Haq) treated Shoaib’s (Akhtar), (Mohammad) Asif and Shahid (Afridi). If this was done with Omar Akmal, things could be otherwise”, – quotes its words a site cricket Pakistan.

Kamran also expressed dissatisfaction with the holding in the team, despite good performances in domestic cricket.

“I perform in domestic cricket and PSL (Pakistan super League) in the last five years, but despite this I never got a chance to play for Pakistan,” he said.

“In the recent past, a couple of coaches didn’t like me, so I stayed on the sidelines. It is unfair to keep me from the test and T20I side, especially because I can play solely as a batsman. If Matthew Wade can come back in a average of 18-20, why didn’t I averaged about 60”, – he added.

Kamran last played for Pakistan in 2017 in the West Indies, despite a successful career in the national team during a career spanning 53 tests, 157 ODIs and 58 t20s.

Kamran also advised the national selectors to choose players based on performances in domestic cricket and not RAP, and drawing Parallels with the Indian Premier League (IPL).

“Players are selected based on performance in the RAP and those who do well in domestic cricket are ignored. It’s not that you make a good team,” he said.

“If India started to do that, they would have the entire team selected from the IPL.

“Tournaments such as IPL and RAP is good for endurance and confidence, but the performances that count of four-day cricket,” he concluded.

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