New Zealand India have announced their squad for the matches against Bangladesh and Pakistan ahead of the upcoming Test Cricket World Cup. However, it has excluded 7 of its mainstream players and announced the names of other players in their place. That is why former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has expressed his displeasure and reprimanded the ICC. He questioned the ICC’s silence.
Expressing his grief, Inzamam-ul-Haq said on his YouTube channel, “Pakistan is where the team goes to play cricket. There he is not being given the opportunity to play with the mainstream players of the opposing team. We toured South Africa in April this year, so there they sent their key players to play in the IPL. Then, during the England tour, the ECB changed the whole team overnight, citing Corona’s reasons. We had to play a match with the B team. Surprisingly, in one day all his players also recovered from Corona.
In fact, the first half of the IPL was held in India and the second half was to be held in Dubai. Will be involved New Zealand cricket The team has allowed seven players, including captain Ken Williamson, fast bowler Trent Bolt, Kyle Jameson and Lucky Ferguson. Inzamam was shocked.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board should ask the ICC what it is doing,” he said. Why is he promoting private leagues without international cricket? I think Pakistan is not being allowed to practice properly at the international level. If you look at the sequence of all this, then all this is being done with Pakistan and it is not happening anywhere.
Expressing his pain, the former Pakistan player said, “It seems that no one is allowing Pakistan to play or no one wants to play a match with us. Pakistan needs to tell the ICC why he is sleeping. How can a team move in the middle? What can be done against him?”
Similarly, in the past, English cricketer Monty Panesar decided not to participate in the ‘Kashmir Premier League’ organized by Pakistan. “I don’t want to get into that,” he said. In fact, the BCPI warned to stop hookah-water while playing in the KPL.