- India, New Zealand and England are our main targets in the T-20 World Cup
- Ramiz Raja said that Pakistan has learned its lesson from the evacuation of New Zealand and England and it’ll pay within the same coin.
- The PCB chairman said that the ‘Western bloc’ of cricket supported one another because it didn’t show any good hopes from the Australian Cricket Board.
- Ramiz urged Pakistani fans and cricketers to be the simplest in the world and use their anger to the simplest of their ability.
PCB chief Ramiz Raja said he was disappointed with England’s renegade commitment and the failure of a member of his cricket community.
“This Western Bloc Unites”: Ramiz Raja on England, New Zealand Tour Pull Out.
Ramiz Raja expressed his frustration on Twitter after withdrawing from England’s tour of Pakistan.
Ramiz Raja revealed that he was disappointed with the ECB’s decision Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Rameez Raja took to Twitter on Monday to precise his frustration over the England Cricket Board’s (ECB) decision to cancel men’s and women’s cricket tours. Ramiz Raja said that England has failed a member of its cricket community when it’s most needed. Ramiz Raja tweeted, “Disappointed with England, abandoning his commitment and failing a member of his cricket community when he needed it the foremost. Stay alive, we will, God willing.”
“I am very disappointed with the withdrawal of England but it had been expected because this Western bloc unfortunately unites and tries to support one another. So, you create any decision supported by security risk and perception. There was a way of anger because the primary new ESPN Creek Info quoted Rameez Raja as saying that New Zeeland had left without sharing information about the risks they were facing.
“Now, this [England] was expected but it’s a lesson for us because when we visit these areas, we get out of the way of adjusting and pampering them. One of the lessons is that now We will only go as far as it is in our best interest.
“Our interest is that cricket will not stop in our country and if the cricket community does not take care of each other, it is of no use. New Zealand, then England, and now we have the West Indies series which can be a hit. And Australia, which is already reviewing. It’s – England, Australia, New Zealand – all one block. Who can we complain to? We thought they were our own, but they didn’t consider us their own. “
The PCB chief added that it had been a warning call for the Pakistan team to become global batsmen for other teams to play against them with no excuse.
The men’s matches, aimed at a warm-up for the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman, were to be played in Rawalpindi on October 13th and 14th. The England women also had to play two T20 matches against Pakistan on the Same dates as the men.
International teams have largely refused to visit Pakistan since the Anti-Pakistan group attacked a Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009, even though Sri Lanka was a visitor when Pakistan was 12 years old and hosted the first men’s test in 2019