Ian Chappell even compared the current blasted cricket schedule with land mines.
Former Australian cricket player Ian Chappell International Cricket Council (ICC) A recent “infeasible” cricket schedule. Australians even compared the bombed schedule with land mines.
Chapel also drew similarities during the turmoil of Cricket’s current schedule in a dialogue from a Hollywood movie between two comedians Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel.
“The signature line of Hollywood comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy,” well, another great mess that made me crazy, “may easily fit into the plight of Cricket’s current schedule. .. In the case of comedians, it blamed heavyweight Hardy for his complaining partner Laurel in yet another failure.
Cricket is only due to the bloated, infeasible schedule of Covid’s pandemic exploding like the wreckage of a land mine, “writes ESPNCricinfo’s Ian Chappell.
The treatment I encountered in Pakistan seems to be overly harsh: Ian Chapel
Ian Chapel He added that the Covid-19 pandemic shows that the current match schedule needs to be thoroughly reassessed. He also said that this requires all nations to come together for the best interests of the game.
The 78-year-old woman also said that Pakistan has been harsh in recent months, with both New Zealand and the United Kingdom withdrawing from limited tours to Pakistan.
“Nevertheless, that’s what we need – some sympathy in the light of the constant Covid turmoil on the international calendar. From a cricket perspective, the only good thing that a pandemic can bring is However, this is a thorough reassessment of the schedule, but it requires the cricket nations to come together in good faith to make decisions for the best interests of the game.
There is no doubt that completing a cricket tour unimpeded during a pandemic is a volatile business. Surviving every day is a result of the current climate. The treatments, especially in Pakistan, seem overly harsh, given how they arbitrarily toured other countries during the pandemic, “the chapel wrote.