Matthew Hayden disapproves ICC’s resolution of permitting sweat: The previous Australian cricketer has spoken towards making adjustments to integral components of cricket.
Former Australia batsman Matthew Hayden believes that the ICC T20 World Cup is very unlikely to be performed in Australia this 12 months.
Talking in an interview with The Instances of India, Hayden identified travel-related causes being the largest hindrance particularly with respect to abroad followers travelling to Australia for the World Cup.
“I believe the T20 World Cup in Australia this 12 months is very unlikely. Although the widely-followed rugby league is beginning subsequent week right here, I will probably be stunned if the T20 World Cup goes on with out travelling followers, extra so as a result of it’s a worldwide occasion,” Hayden was quoted as saying by The Instances of India.
Moreover, Hayden additionally opined in regards to the drawback of enjoying matches behind closed doorways. “Followers are the largest stakeholders of the game and cricket with empty galleries doesn’t look good in any respect. It undoubtedly takes away the allure of the game,” Hayden mentioned.
Most lately, Australia all-rounder , quick bowler and batsman , veteran India spinner , Pakistan batsman and veteran New Zealand batsman have been vocal about enjoying top-level cricket with out spectators.
Matthew Hayden disapproves ICC’s resolution of permitting sweat over saliva
Hayden, 48, additionally expressed disagreement with ICC’s new improvement relating to not permitting saliva to shine the ball. Relatively than tinkering with the integral components of the sport, the southpaw laid emphasis on making certain collaborating gamers usually are not COVID-19 unfavorable.
“I discover the ICC’s ‘no saliva-yes sweat’ resolution unusual. These are issues that are integral to cricket and I don’t know the way it’s going to vary. The extra wise possibility is to check the gamers correctly and be certain that they’re Covid unfavorable. If the gamers in motion are virus free, they need to be allowed to make use of each,” Hayden mentioned.