One of the few legacies of the British Empire that could be argued is an unalloyed good is the game of cricket. It’s a sport that has it all: excitement, skill, the heights of ecstasy at victory, the depths of despair at defeat. More than that, it is a just game: the British expression, “It’s just not cricket” is indicative of how the sport is seen as a symbol of fair play.
It is therefore distressing to see that racism is deeply embedded in the game’s institutions here in England. Read more at: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/913066-just-not-cricket