We need a break, why this demand is rising in the Pakistani team before the T20 World Cup
- Mohammad Rizwan spoke his heart before the start of the second test against West Indies
- Constantly living in the bio bubble is affecting the mood and pressure of the players
- Rizwan has demanded to give break to the players before the World Cup
New Delhi: In the midst of the Corona crisis, many major changes have taken place in the world of sports in the last two years. Cricket was also not untouched by these changes and cricket is being played between bio-bubbles with many restrictions. There is a restriction on the movement of players anywhere before and during the tournament. In such a situation, the mental health of the players has also emerged as a new challenge.
Amidst similar restrictions, the T20 World Cup is going to be hosted by India in the UAE from October 17. In such a situation, the wicketkeeper-batsman of the Pakistani cricket team, Mohammad Rizwan has said that the players should get rid of the complex environment of bio-bubble before the World Cup. So that he can participate in the World Cup refreshed and with full energy.
Pakistani cricket team is on West Indies tour these days. After this, Pakistan has to participate in the three-match ODI series against Afghanistan from September 1. In such a situation, players have to play matches continuously. The life of the players has not been easy due to the constant living in the bio-bubble. In such a situation, Rizwan has advocated for giving breaks to the players.
Playing cricket continuously for one year
Rizwan said, it is not easy to be in the bio-bubble forever. We have been playing cricket continuously since last one year. This is good for us, but at the same time the players are also under mental stress due to being in the bio-bubble continuously.
However, the Pakistani team management has also confirmed the rest of the senior players of the team for the three-match ODI series against Afghanistan. In which the names of Captain Babar Azam, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi are included.
West Indies defeated by one wicket in the first test
Looking at the recent performance of Pakistan, it had to face defeat by the margin of just one wicket in the Test match played in Kingston against West Indies. The Pakistani team failed to break West Indies’ tenth wicket partnership and lost the match. In such a situation, Mohammad Rizwan hopes that the Pakistani team will make a strong comeback in the second Test match. The second Test will be played from Friday 20 August.
Pakistan needs impact players
Rizwan said, after coming so close to victory, we lost the match. We are saddened and shocked by this loss. But we will try our best to come back in the second Test. Rizwan said, in difficult situations, players will have to come forward for the team. We have to look at players who have the ability to change the match with their small performances. We need such players.
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