Former England captain Michael Vaughan has proposed to Move ENG’s PAK Games To UAE Instead Of Cancellation, New Zealand had already called off their limited-overs series versus the Men in Green due to security problems.
The very first game of the three-match ODI series was set to begin on Friday (17 September) in Rawalpindi, but the Blackcaps noticed something questionable in terms of security and cancelled their 8 white-ball tour of Pakistan.
It was previously stated that the British Commissioner to Pakistan rejected allegations that the British were involved in New Zealand departing to Pakistan without playing a match. The England men’s and women’s teams were scheduled to arrive in the Asian nation on October 10th for 2 T20I matches on October 13 and 14. However, that series is now in question.
Teams travelling to Pakistan proved to be unsecured experience in the end
“It would seem sensible to me to try and move England’s Pakistan games to the UAE rather than cancel the tour if it’s deemed unsafe to travel! Hopefully, the games for the Men’s & Women’s teams can take place rather than a full cancellation,” tweeted Michael Vaughan.
It would seem sensible to me to try and move England’s Pakistan games to the UAE rather than cancel the tour if it’s deemed unsafe to travel .. !! Hopefully the games for the Men’s & Women teams can take place rather than a full cancellation ..
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) September 19, 2021
Whatever was expected to be the beginning of visiting teams travelling Pakistan proved out to be an unpleasant experience in the end, with New Zealand pulling out of the limited-overs tour back at the beginning. Obviously, this action by the Blackcaps has upset Pakistani supporters as well as numerous former players. With the unexpected change of events, England is now in shock.
Visiting teams from South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe have had no issues touring Pakistan. The England Cricket Board (ECB) has yet to formally announce the cancellation of the 2 T20I series, and it will be curious to see how they respond.
Famed cricketer Wasim Akram, expressed regret with New Zealand’s decision to cancel the white-ball visit to Pakistan but determined to do all in his power to assure that will cricket returns to Pakistan.
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