Hussein said Australian cricketers who lecture visitors to accept a strict protocol are a bit wealthy.
The Ashes series addresses many uncertainties before they begin. Australia’s strict Covid protocol didn’t work very well for English players. For this reason, players are receiving high-firing guns from many people. But former English skipper Nasser Hussein has come forward to support his compatriots.
Recently, Australian test captain Tim Payne ironically stated that no one was forcing English players to come and play, and they could choose.Spinner Nathan Lion He claimed that he would have been advancing the series if he had been an English player.
But Hussein said Australian cricketers who lecture visitors to accept a strict protocol are a bit wealthy. He digs deeper into Pain in particular and thinks the captain’s comments didn’t sympathize with English cricketers.
“It’s a bit rich that Australians start giving lectures to them (cricketers in England) and tell them they should just smoke it. When Australian test captain Tim Paine recently spoke, I was a companion. I didn’t hear much sympathy from the experts in Australia. Now other people have jumped into the ash tide, as if England was trying to dodge an important series, “Husein told Sunday’s daily mail column. wrote.
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Former cricket player sheds light on recent test matches England He pointed out that no one should doubt their commitment. He added that he is proud of the way the Joe Root-led side carried himself during these difficult times of the pandemic.
“For now, England test players feel a lot of criticism, especially from Australia, for their attitude towards quarantine in ash. And that’s not comfortable for me. England 2020 We’ve played 18 test matches since the start of the pandemic in March, 5 more than anyone else, 14 more than Australia, and last winter all four tests played against India. bottom.
“I’m very proud of how the English test team kept the show on the streets in difficult situations, went in and out of the bubble, and spent time away from their families. Mental health. Has gotten worse, “added Hussein.