Pakistan cricket will greatly benefit from this tour of England in the future
Executive Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Wasim Khan, believes that Pakistan cricket will greatly benefit from this tour of England in the future.
“I have been asked several times that there will be some benefit for us in the future, I am sure there will be. It has gone well with England, ”Wasim said as he spoke in the 24th edition of the PCB Podcast about the board’s decision to send the men’s cricket team to England.
“We have not reached an agreement with England and this was not the right time to do so. There will be discussions with the ECB in the future, of course, they will do the right thing, ”added Wasim.
Wasim again emphasized the importance of solidarity for the game between the boards that are financially affected by COVID-19 like other sports.
“We are making decisions not only for Pakistan but also for world cricket. Starting cricket again is also financially important. Cricket is right on the edge and it should be understood that if cricket is not played in the next 6 months, the ICC and the boards will suffer financial losses. Showing solidarity is important ”, he added.
Wasim revealed that according to the impartial comments they have received, the children loved the arrangements in England. The role of the coaching staff in training has also been fantastic.
“The kids love it based on the feedback received. The coaching staff led by head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has worked fantastically. Younis Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed have said that the boys focus on cricket since there is no other distraction, “he concluded.
It should be noted here that Pakistan and England will play three tests against England in a bio-secure environment. The test series will be followed by the T20Is series consisting of the highest number of matches.