After New Zealand, England and Wales Cricekt Board Have Called Off Their Tour To Pakistan.

England and Wales Cricekt Board (ECB) affirmed the development, only days after New Zealand deserted their restricted overs visit through Pakistan.

England pulled out of their men’s and women’s visit to Pakistan planned for October 2021. In a statement delivered on Monday, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) affirmed the development, only days after New Zealand deserted their restricted overs visit through Pakistan refering to security concerns.

“Recently, we consented to play two extra T20 World Cup warm-up games in Pakistan in October, adding a short women’s visit with twofold headers close by the men’s games,” an authority ECB statement said.

“The ECB Board assembled this end of the week to talk about these additional England Women’s and Men’s games in Pakistan and we can affirm that the Board has hesitantly chosen to pull out the two teams from the October trip.”

“We comprehend that this choice will be a huge disappointment to the PCB, who have worked eagerly to have the arrival of global cricket in their country. Their help of English and Welsh cricket in the course of the last two summers has been an immense exhibit of kinship. We are earnestly upset for the effect this will have on cricket in Pakistan and stress a continuous commitment to our primary visiting plans there for 2022,” it added.

Pakistan Cricket Board administrator Ramiz Raja said he was “frustrated with England,” adding on Twitter that the English were “pulling out of their commitment and bombing an individual from their Cricket society when it required it most.”

England men’s and women’s teams were planned to play 20 – 20 matches in Rawalpindi one month from now.

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