Australia head coach Justin Langer has said that his team should have thought more about sitting on one knee in support of Black Lives Matter on the England tour. Recently, Michael Holding of the West Indies took on both England and Australia teams to sit on one knee to support the BLM issue in the series. This was seen during the England and West Indies series, but England did not do so in the Pakistan and then Australian series. The last match of the three-match ODI being played with Australia is to be played on Wednesday.
Sky Sports quoted Langer as saying, “When Michael Holding says something, it is worth listening to. As far as backing on the knee is concerned, to be honest, we could have talked more on it, Shayat Before the first match. “
He said, “There was a lot going on before we came here, maybe we should have talked more on it. What we talked about was that we want to give an answer that is strong enough and not just a reaction “It made a long impact. Not just in this series, but for a long time.”
He said, “If it seemed that we did not respect, it was not our team’s intention. We are aware of this.”
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