- Babar Azam suggested that the ICC should reconsider its policy on COVID-19.
The bowlers are said to have faced a difficult situation, especially during COVID-19.
It is said that bowlers should get the most credit.
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam has suggested that the International Cricket Council (ICC) review its COVID-19 policies as the situation is now “normal”.
The captain told Geo News that the bowlers faced a difficult situation, especially during COVID-19.
“We’ve had some setbacks as a result of COVID-19, but things are finally getting back to normal. And now it’s time to take a look at what we’ve been through during the epidemic,” he said. How it worked and how we intend to move forward. “
According to Babar Azam, each country was in a different situation because each had its own policy to follow. Thus, he said, each country faces its own challenges.
He said the West Indies had a weekly quarantine, while England had a five-day quarantine and the team had to undergo a 14-day quarantine in New Zealand as several positive cases were reported in the country, including West Indies cases.
He said that the credit goes to the players who gave their all and did not disappoint themselves.
He said that as a captain and match-winner, he would not be ashamed to say that in the days of tackling COVID-19 challenges, bowlers should be given the most credit.
It is necessary to use saliva to polish the ball and swing it, but the bowlers failed to use this technique, explaining that the ball does not shine with the use of sweat as it shines with saliva.