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Pakistani Prime Minister Mohammad Abbas expressed his displeasure at England's refusal to organize a tour of the country.

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Mohammad Abbas has expressed his dissatisfaction with the cancellation of Pakistan’s upcoming tour of England.

England has canceled its participation in the Pakistan tours of both its men’s and women’s teams.

New Zealand’s men’s team had earlier canceled its Pakistan tour.

In response to the “strange” decision by English cricket chiefs to cancel tours for both their men’s and women’s teams, Mohammad Abbas said Pakistan felt “hurt.”

Mohammad Abbas said on Thursday that the “strange” decision by English cricket chiefs to cancel their men’s and women’s teams’ tours next month “hurt” Pakistan, according to Mohammad Abbas’ comments. Pakistan’s decision to tour England last year, during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, was a poor reward, according to Paceman Abbas. As he put it, “When you give your all, you should expect to receive your share of the rewards.” “It’s a blow to our egos.” New Zealand withdrew last week as well from a scheduled cricket tour of Pakistan due to safety fears, as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) noted on Monday.

However, Christian Turner, the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, confirmed that the ECB made the decision due to player welfare concerns.

A three-match Test and T20 series between Pakistan and England last year took place during a time when infection rates of Covid-19 in Britain were among the highest in the world, saving the ECB millions in television rights deals.

The Hampshire player told reporters after the club’s dramatic one-wicket loss to Lancashire at Liverpool that “it’s strange for us.” Hampshire was denied the County Championship title by a one-wicket margin.

In other words, “We’re bummed.”

On October 13 and 14, the England men’s team traveled to Rawalpindi for two Twenty20 matches, their first in Pakistan since 2005.

Three women’s one-day internationals followed two women’s T20 matches in the same city on the same days.

“We (Pakistanis) love cricket, we want to play cricket, we were here at a very strange time when the Covid was everywhere,” Abbas said of the ECB, according to Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ramiz Raja.

England’s absence from Pakistan hurts us because we are proud of our security agencies.

Hampshire captain James Vince, who played in the Twenty20 Pakistan Super League in recent seasons, was among the English cricketers who had played in the Twenty20 Pakistan Super League, according to Abbas, a veteran of 25 Tests.

They (English cricketers) were happy because we played together in the Pakistan Super League for the Multan Sultans. In our conversation, he mentioned that the European Central Bank had approached him for advice, and I replied that they had not received any from us. They made a decision on their own.”

“I am a professional player, and if anyone needs me, I will be there for them,” Abbas said. We will do what is best for our country if other countries do not respect us.

Hampshire could have won the County Championship for the first time in 48 years if they won on Thursday.

In order to reach their 196-run target, Lancashire had to lose four wickets for 17 runs, but they still had a comfortable lead.

To leave Lancashire on 194-9, England’s leg-spinner Mason Crane took 5-51 overall and also ran out Tom Bailey.

With a win, Lancashire remains top of the table, although they will be pipped for the title if Warwickshire defeats Somerset in the final match of the day on Friday.

He took 5-48 in Lancashire’s first innings before going wicketless in the second.

As Abbas put it: “It’s the beauty of cricket.” Abbas took 41 wickets for Hampshire in 10 Championship games this season, averaging a pitiful 15.87.

The team said, “We put in a lot of work, but it’s all part of the game.”

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