London, June 11 (SocialNews.XYZ) England pacer Chris Jordan has stated the cricket team has a great deal of respect for one another regardless of their different backgrounds and included that in the battle against racism, everybody has a function to play.

There have been mass demonstrations against bigotry following the death of George Floyd.

Gamers have actually expressed their support to the ‘Black Lives Matter’ project which has actually appeared following the death of Floyd– an African-American– in authorities custody in the United States.

Jordan, 31, missed out on out on a place in last year’s World Cup-winning team however informed Sky Sports News’ David Fulton that the addition of players like star fast bowler Jofra Archer, spinner Adil Rashid and all-rounder Moeen Ali sets an example for social diversity in sport.

” Speaking from that team’s point of view, what you see is what you get,” said Jordan, who was called in England’s 55-man training team last month.

” It is very diverse and in basic that’s in fact well led by Morgy (captain Eoin Morgan).

” We embrace the fact that everyone has come from various backgrounds, we welcome the truth that everyone has different worths and stuff like that and we actually play as one.

” We speak about those things freely and if anything like that was to take place, people are called out on it for sure. You can only search the pitch and off the pitch at the camaraderie that the entire group has, because entire dressing room.

” We have a lot regard and love for one another which takes place onto the field but most significantly I think it’s authentic which’s the crucial to it.

” All of us have that function to play in terms of that awareness which policing which extension to be anti-racist.

” That is absolutely not a problem in the England group and if anything it leads the method in terms of how diverse the entire team is, so it’s a fine example to follow.”

England will host the West Indies for a three-match Test series in the middle of coronavirus pandemic.

The first Test of the much-anticipated series will be used July 8 at the Ageas Bowl, followed by 2 Tests at Old Trafford on July 16 and July 24.