Former England cricketer Paul Newman has slammed Indian cricketers, BCCI and the IPL following the cancellation of Manchester Test because of Covid-19 fears within the visiting camp.
He went on to mention that “India didn’t recognize this sequence and they didn’t recognize Test cricket both in flouting Covid tips forward of the fourth Test”. India’s assistant physio Yogesh Parmar examined sure for Covid-19 at the eve of the series-decider sending tremors down the Indian dressing room and in the end resulting in the cancellation of the fit.
“There is not any manner the sequence decider would were known as off at the morning of the primary day had the vast majority of India’s avid gamers no longer been flying to Dubai for the resumption of the richest event in cricket.
“No India participant with an IPL contract sought after to chance enjoying on this Test, then checking out sure and being pressured to stick in England for any other 10 days, so lacking the restart of the event within the UAE on September 19,” former seamer Newman, who has performed 135 top quality fits and 177 List A video games, wrote in his column for the Daily Mail.
“India didn’t recognize this sequence in pulling out the day gone by and they didn’t recognize Test cricket both in flouting Covid tips forward of the fourth Test.”
He additionally blamed Team India leader trainer Ravi Shastri’s ebook release match forward of the fourth Test in London.
“This complete outbreak of their camp may neatly were began by way of the presence of Shastri together with captain Virat Kohli and a number of other avid gamers and workforce at a ebook release at a London lodge attended by way of greater than 150 other folks two days sooner than the Oval Test.
“It used to be a breach of protocols that privately angered the ones on the ECB who’ve performed such a lot to stay the display at the street within the ultimate 18 months, no longer least with 3 Tests at Old Trafford ultimate yr that salvaged thousands and thousands of kilos of earnings for the sport. What some way for Lancashire to be rewarded for all they did then,” he wrote.