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Salman Butt: ECB Have To Claim More Insurance Claims Than WTC Points Of Manchester Test

The match had to be postponed at the last minute due to India’s assistant physio Yogesh Parmar being infected with corona.

Former Pakistan opener Salman Butt (Salman Butt) believes the Manchester Test of England (Manchester Test) has nothing to do with losing points. their focus (India vs England) It is only on how to get the amount of insurance due to non-match. This match could not take place due to the spread of corona virus in the Indian team. The English media alleged that Indian players are not playing in the Manchester Test to focus on the IPL.Also Read – IPL 2022: BCCI to auction two new IPL teams on October 17: Sanjeev Goenka can buy Lucknow franchise

Salman Butt (Salman Butt) said on his YouTube channel, “The ECB is concerned about its loss of 40 million euros. All they need is their insurance claim. He didn’t even talk about the match. He says that if the ICC accepts that India has deliberately withdrawn, then it will give them the amount of insurance. They are not saying that they must play this match for God’s sake. Points are very important for us. We don’t want to lose the series. Want to end it on a 2-2 draw. He did not write anything like this in the application before the ICC. Also Read – ‘Different format-different captain policy will benefit India; Rohit Sharma can captain better

Salman Butt (Salman Butt) said, “This match has not been settled properly. That is why it is being considered a controversial match. Had this issue been resolved, England would not have had to knock on the door of the ICC. Had England accepted the BCCI’s offer to play two extra T20 matches, it would not have gone to the ICC’s Disputes Settlement Committee. When the physio itself became corona infected, then there is bound to be doubt in the minds of the cricketers of Team India about playing the match. Also Read – India did not honor Test cricket by canceling Manchester Test: Paul Newman

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said on Tuesday that India will play two extra T20 matches on the tour of England next year to make up for the loss to the ECB due to the last match.

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