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England (Cricket): Players have to encourage each other: Mushtaq Ahmed


There will be no spectators in the stadium due to code 19. The England West Indies Test series is also being played without spectators.

Mushtaq Ahmed, the spin bowling coach of the national cricket team, said that the tour was taking place under extraordinary circumstances. There were no spectators to encourage the players and no media representatives to analyze them. To be and to encourage each other to the fullest.

"One of the most important responsibilities of the team management in the tour of England is that we have to pay special attention to the mental strength of the players," he said.

Willing Coach said that the enthusiasm and passion of these players who turned to the ground after three and a half months is noticeable, all the boys in the squad are very excited and they are busy practicing the net with full dedication.

Mushtaq Ahmed said that the players are being made fully aware of the protocols of Code 19 which include keeping distance from the ground and not spitting the ball as in the past spinners usually spit the ball with spit but in these cases alternative options Efforts are being made to make it an integral part of his memory.

He said that the most welcome process is that all the players in the national squad and the support staff are giving full encouragement to each other, it is certain that the return of the players in the game will be beneficial.

The Pakistan cricket team is currently quarantined in the bio-secure environment of Worcester where it is engaged in various training sessions and intra-squad practice matches under the supervision of head coach Misbah-ul-Haq.

The Pakistan team, which is in England for a series of three Tests and three T20 matches starting on August 5, will leave for Derbyshire on July 13 after spending 14 days in quarantine.

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