Eoin Morgan confirms England go a clash against the West Indies in T20 World Cup 2021. Eoin has confirmed that his side will take a knee. Before the game when they go up against the West Indies. Moreover, within the opening match of the Super 12 arrange of the T20 World Cup 2021. While West Indies players have taken a knee in support of Black Lives Matter. Before all their matches ever since the inception of the movement. It was prompted by the murder of an African-American citizen, George Floyd, in the USA. Morgan stated that the decision had arrived upon after confirmation. Also, from the West Indies squad about their stance.
“We have heard from the West Indies that they will be taking a knee and we will be joining them for the first game,” Eoin Morgan said.
Moreover, England has been staging a “Moment of Unity” against all forms of discrimination. The captain added that they have approached the International Cricket Council. It is about continuing to do so during the T20 World Cup.
“Games going on from there, we’ve been speaking to the ICC about the potential moment of unity before the game that we’ve been doing as part of our own piece at home. It hasn’t been cleared up whether that’s a possibility yet,” Eoin Morgan added.
Lastly, Eoin Morgan confirms that England players arranged the anti-racism signal of taking a knee. When West Indies visited the nation in 2020. In any case, this was suspended after the three-Test series. The move to put an end to the practice drew a lot of flake from different circles. Moreover, counting Michael Holding, who has championed the cause of Black Lives Matter. In Eoin Morgan’s statement, it appears as though England might only be staging the gesture. During the match against the West Indies.
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