Joe Denly and Rory Burns
Joe Denly and Rory Burns
England and West Indies locked horns at the first of this three-match Test series in the Ageas Bowl at Southampton. But, it was not just the cricket was resuming. The passing of this African-American George Floyd has transferred the entire world, and the Dark Lives Matter campaign has begun. And England and West Indies cricket clubs were not behind. The two teams sported the Dark Lives Issue emblem on the collars in the top and took a knee before the beginning of play on the launching afternoon. After all of the players took the field, most of the West Indies players and both England batsmen, together with the remaining players beyond the border, sat on one knee in service of the BLM motion.

Here’s the video:

The players stood in a semi-circle with social distancing to observe a moment’s silence in memory of victims of COVID-19 along with the West Indies good Everton Weekes, who passed away a week at age 95.

What occurred on Day One?

So far as activity in the midst is worried, the drama eventually began three hours following the program launch. But as then Rory Burns and Joe Denly endured several close calls and calls a couple of runs also.
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Rain always disrupted the event and allowed just 17.4 overs of drama to occur. An ancient tea was taken as a result of poor light just for the actions not to restart again using England on 35/1. The lovers and the teams will be awaiting the weather for the remainder of the day with this particular game. Concerning staff selections, England left out Stuart Broad astonishingly for the first time in the last eight decades at a house Test. They favored Mark Wood because of his extra speed, and it remains to be seen when the transfer works wonders for them. Like us on Facebook for more update


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