The chairman of the England Cricket Board apologized to Pakistan for canceling the tour
LONDON: England Cricket Board chairman Ian Whatmore has apologized to Pakistan for canceling the tour. According to the details, the chairman of the English Cricket Board stressed that he apologized to the cricket fans including Pakistan for the decision.
The players were not consulted for the decision to cancel the tour. I am sorry that people in Pakistan were disappointed with the decision. The decision was very difficult, but our first priority is the safety and mental condition of the players.
Relations with Pakistan have to be rebuilt, we have to focus again on the 2022 tour, Pakistan is grateful that he came to England last year. He insisted that England would pledge a full tour of three Tests and five ODIs next winter.
Talking about the Ashes series against Australia, he said that England’s participation in it would be in doubt until the Joe Root team leaves for Brisbane on November 6.
The chairman of the England Cricket Board is currently focusing on the Ashes series, while the ECB is reviewing the terms and conditions of quarantine received by Cricket Australia.
The Daily Mail in its report hopes that the final decision on the England squad and tour will be made this week. The England team will travel in two parts.