In England, one of the safest places in the world to play cricket during the Corona period, this is something no one would have expected. On Tuesday, seven members of England’s one-day cricket team were tested positive for coronavirus virus, and they were all forced to quit. It has three players and four assistant members. England were then selected for the ODI series against Pakistan. Many unselected players were allowed on the team, but opener Alex Hales has not been named. Former England cricketer Michael Vaughan has expressed surprise at not being included in the squad.
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After announcing the new squad of 18 players against Pakistan, Vaughan tweeted, “So no Alex Hales … this should be the end of his international career.” It is very sad that the person who made the biggest mistake is punished but not given a second chance. We all make mistakes every week. Those who say no, they are totally lying. ‘
So no Alex Hales… it must be the end of his international career… very sad that someone who has made a big mistake but is not given another journey… we all make mistakes every week… !!! Those who say they are not are lying… # On
– Michael Vaughan (ic Michael Vaughan) July 6, 2021
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Looking at Hales’ international career, he has played 11 Tests, 70 ODIs and 60 T20 internationals so far. His name was added to the potential for the 2019 World Cup in England, but he was later dropped from the team due to a doping violation. He played his last international match in March 2019. Fans were hoping to see him again in the England squad after several players tested positive as the ECB had to select new players for the one-day series against Pakistan. But now it seems that the right-handed batsman will have to wait longer to represent the country internationally.