England all-rounder Ben Stokes said that the support of fast bowler Jofra Archer, who was out of the second Test match against the West Indies due to violations of bio-security environment to teammates. should do. The 25-year-old bowler violated the Bio-Safe protocol by visiting his home in Brighton after the first Test match. Due to this he was dropped from the second Test match.
They will have to remain in isolation for five days and during this time they will have to do a Covid-19test twice. On Stokes' 176-run innings, England declared an innings on Friday for 469 for nine in the second Test against the West Indies. He said after the second day's play that it was the team's duty not to let Archer feel alone in this difficult time.
Stokes said, 'We need to support Jofra right now. Right now he remains in the discussion and he himself believes that whatever happened happened is responsible. He said, 'We have to make sure that he does not feel lonely. The worst we will do with him as a team is to leave him alone for five days.
In the absence of regular captain Joe Root, Stokes, who led the team in the first team, said, “When everything is going well, everyone supports, but it matters more when someone needs you in difficult times How do you behave?
England coach Chris Silverwood also supported Root, saying, 'Archer is an important member of the team. Many times when people have a tough attitude towards you then you feel lonely. I don't think any of us will let this happen to him. '