The England and West Indies women’s cricket teams will support the Black Lives Matter movement during the five-match T20 series to be held at the Incora County ground in Derbai from September 21 to 30. England captain Heather Knight, after consulting with Windies captain Stephanie Taylor, decided how much support and support the movement could provide during the series.
“We spoke to each other as a player and we will definitely do something to honor this movement. We will cooperate with this movement,” Knight said.
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Both teams will also put the Black Lives Matter logo on their jerseys during the series. Earlier during the Test series held in July, men’s teams from England and West Indies also used the logo of this movement on the jersey.
After this, although England, Pakistan and Australian teams did not support this movement, they were also criticized by the legendary West Indies bowler Michael Holding.
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