T20 World Cup 2021, ENG vs West Indies in the first match: England players will sit on their knees once more throughout the match towards West Indies, which will take away Michael Holding’s grievance. The England team additionally sat on one knee throughout the Test series towards West Indies final 12 months and opposed racial discrimination.
The England team will sit on their knees against racial discrimination, the ENG vs West Indies first match of the IC T20 World Cup 2021. The team has to play its first match within the event towards the West Indies and can as soon as once more be part of hands with the Caribbean group to protest against the racial discrimination happening worldwide. England captain Eoin Morgan gave this data.
Earlier, the captain of the England team, Eoin Morgan, mentioned earlier than this match on Saturday, ‘We have heard that the West Indies team will protest against racial discrimination by kneeling throughout the match. Our team will even be with him at this event and we will even help him by kneeling. Morgan talked about sustaining unity throughout this time.
Morgan says – England team is speaking to ICC:
Eoin Morgan mentioned that he’s speaking to the ICC in order that he can get down on his knee to help the West Indies. He mentioned, ‘We are speaking to the ICC in order that we are able to do that to present a message of unity. We have done this in our nation. However, there was no reply on this but.
Before ENG vs West Indies match, This isn’t the first time that the England team will knee stand (kneel down on one knee) towards apartheid. West Indies T20 captain Kieran Pollard confirmed that his team will take one knee initially in every match. Pollard mentioned, ‘Like a lot as I do know, I believe that is one thing that we’ll proceed to do as a result of its one thing that we consider strongly in.’
The England team was sitting on their knees within the ODI match against Ireland –
England players finally did this throughout an ODI match towards Ireland in August 2020 however their resolution not to take action was additionally criticized by former West Indies quick bowler Michael Holding. Jordan mentioned he was contemplating getting down on one knee once more throughout the event beginning this month. Jordan advised ‘The Telegraph’, “We will discuss it and if everyone thinks strongly about it, we certainly will.” On the opposite hand, if we do not suppose so, we cannot.
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