Islamabad: PCB’s new chairman Ramiz Raja said that after New Zealand’s refusal to play in Pakistan, these teams, like India, have now come under attack. have gone.
These are the new ‘enemies’ of the Pakistan team
Ramiz Raja said that the ‘Western Group’ seems to have mobilized and his team’s main target will now be to beat three teams. He said in the video message, ‘Earlier one team was our target, our neighbor (India), now 2 more teams have been added to it, New Zealand and England.’
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Western Group rallied
PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said, “I am very disappointed to have pulled out of the tour of England but it was feared because this western group has unfortunately rallied and tried to support each other. Has been doing.’
ECB gave a blow to Pakistan
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has canceled the tour of Pakistan by its men’s and women’s teams for a limited overs series next month. For this, he cited the growing concern about traveling to the region and the fatigue of the players ahead of the T20 World Cup in the UAE.
“We can confirm that the Board has reluctantly decided to withdraw both teams from the October trip.”
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) September 20, 2021
New Zealand canceled tour
Recently, New Zealand canceled their Pakistan tour before the first ODI in Rawalpindi. He did not give details of any security threat that led to him canceling the tour.
Displeasure with New Zealand Board
Raja said, ‘Everyone was angry because New Zealand left the tour without explaining what kind of security threats they had received. This (England) decision was expected but it’s a lesson for us because when these teams tour, we keep an eye on them.
Question marks on these 2 tours
Raja said that this has also put a question mark on the tour of West Indies and Australia. “We have to play a series against the West Indies which may have an impact and Australia is already reconsidering. England, Australia and New Zealand are all in one group. To whom can we complain.’
Zimbabwe team will come to Pakistan
PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said that Zimbabwe is keen to send its team to Pakistan. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have also offered to send a second-rate team but it is not possible due to different reasons.