At present, everything is not right with the England cricket team. Young fast bowler Ally Robinson made a significant contribution with the ball and bat in the first Test against New Zealand, but was suspended by the International Cricket Council after the match. He was sentenced in 2012 for racist and sexist tweets. India’s off-spinner R Ashwin has commented on the move, which is now enjoyed by former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer.
“You cannot be a Shoaib Akhtar directly from Bhubaneswar Kumar,” Irfan Pathan said
Ashwin tweeted, ‘I can understand the negative feelings about what Robinson did years ago, but he had to be suspended despite a good start to his Test career. This suspension shows what can happen to social media generations in the future. “I’m glad I joined Twitter after I retired,” Jafar joked in his tweet.
I’m glad I found Twitter after retiring https://t.co/ie9za2XpSz
– Wasim Jaffer (@ Wasim Jaffer14) June 7, 2021
Robinson will no longer be available for selection in the second Test series against New Zealand starting June 10. The series is currently tied between the two teams, so whoever wins the second match will win the Test series along with the match. Please note that this series is not part of the World Test Championship (WTC). The WTC final will be played between New Zealand and India from June 18. Team India have already reached Southampton’s Aegis Bowl for the match.
Team India got good news before the WTC finals, the post shared by the ICC