Tim Paine targeted Pietersen, said – do not impress the players

AUS Vs ENG: Before the Ashes series to be held this year, the dispute between England and Australia is not taking its name to stop. England players are criticizing Australia due to the strict rules of Quarantine. Australian Test captain Tim Paine has given a befitting reply to former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen.

Paine has asked Pietersen not to influence his country’s players for the Ashes series to be held in December this year. Pietersen criticized the quarantine rules in Australia on Twitter.

Due to mental stress, England players want to take their family members with them for the Ashes series. But the Australian government is opposed to this move in view of the stringent travel restrictions due to the Corona epidemic.

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Paine criticized Pietersen, saying that the players should leave the decision and not influence them to withdraw from the tour. Paine said, “Peterson is an expert in everything and there is no doubt about it. If someone is talking to Pietersen, nobody is forcing you to come, nobody is forcing an England player to come.” That’s the beauty of the world we live in. You have a choice, if you don’t want to come, don’t come.”

England captain Joe Root also said that he is looking forward to playing in the Ashes but wants clarity on the quarantine protocol before going on the tour. Paine said that whether Root or any England player decides to come to Australia, the Ashes will go ahead.

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