Backing Cricket Australia‘s choice to scrap the Check in opposition to Afghanistan to be performed on November 27 in Hobart after the Taliban banned girls from taking part in cricket, Paine had mentioned it is arduous to see a crew like that being allowed to play in an ICC-sanctioned occasion.
In an open letter to Paine, Afghan mentioned that his nation’s crew has the proper to play not solely within the upcoming T20 World Cup however in all ICC organized tournaments/occasions in accordance with the principles and rules of ICC.
“…it requires an excessive amount of of arduous work and dedication to succeed in this stage of cricket. For a much less privileged cricketing nation as Afghanistan with zero infrastructure and assist reaching the place we’re proper now and taking part in shoulder to shoulder with high 10 nations require sheer willpower, ardour, and expertise.
“Subsequently, it is best to chorus from delivering aggressive statements which might lead to isolating the Afghan Cricket,” he wrote.
The 34-year-old former captain mentioned cricket is now the No. 1 sport in Afghanistan and is being adopted by almost 30 million Afghans.
“This reveals, both you’re unaware of the circumstances or speaking out of contradiction; in any case, you’re mistreating Afghan Cricket and all of the features we now have obtained with hardship up to now decade.”
Quickly after forming the interim authorities, the Taliban banned girls from taking part in cricket or any others sports activities, casting doubts over Afghanistan males’s crew Check standing.
As per ICC guidelines, all Check taking part in nations should have a girls’s crew as nicely.
Afghanistan named its T20 World Cup squad on Thursday with Rashid Khan because the skipper, however the star spinner instantly resigned from captaincy, stating he was not consulted earlier than selecting the 15-member facet.
All-rounder Mohammad Nabi, who performs for Sunrisers Hyderabad within the IPL, was then named captain of the crew.
The T20 World Cup can be held within the UAE and Oman from October 17 to November 14.