England’s fast bowler hat, Jofra Archer (Jofra Archer) said that when the former West Indies’ bowler hat Michael Holding criticized the country’s board of directors (ECB), the athletes were before the game. After stopping their knees, they did not forget the “Black Life Issues” movement.
Players from England and West Indies bowed their knees before each of the three test series in July, but the Pakistan series and the two limited-raise series against Australia have been discontinued.
The European Central Bank issued a statement justifying their decision to stop bending their knees, which was described by the holding company as “lam feet”. When tourists said they would not bend their knees, Australia captain Aaron Fincher’s statement was also questioned. .
Archer said: “We have not forgotten, no one here has forgotten the’black life’.”
“I think Michael Holder is a bit harsh not to do any research before criticizing. I’m pretty sure he doesn’t know what’s going on behind the scenes.
“I don’t think he has spoken to Tom Harrison, the CEO of the European Central Bank. I have spoken to Tom and our work is going on in the background.
England also printed the “Black Lives Matter” logo on the shirts in the test series against the West Indies, but chose not to continue the practice against Pakistan and Australia.
Although England’s cricket team stopped bending their knees, England’s football team bowed their knees before participating in the UEFA Nations Cup, and Premier League clubs continued to do so after the start of the new season at the weekend.
England and Australia are at the same level as 1-1 in the one-day international series, and the decider will be held in Manchester on Wednesday. Last week, the hosts won three games in Southampton, the top 20 20 series 2-1.