Controversy in Sydney Test .. Racist remarks on Indian fast bowler

The controversy erupted during the third Test between India and Australia in Sydney. Australian fans make racist remarks aimed at Team India fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. While Siraj was fielding at the boundary line, it came to light that a group of fans who had come to watch the match in the stadium had slandered Siraj after drinking alcohol. Siraj immediately brought the matter to the attention of captain Ajinkya Rahane. He complained to the field umpires on behalf of TeamIndia. On the third day of the Sydney Test on Saturday, opener Pakoski took the wicket early Mohammad Siraj The thing that knocked is known.

This is not the first time fans have made racist remarks about cricketers. During the Test series between England and the West Indies last year, fans made racist remarks about England fast bowler Jopra Archer. All-rounder Andrew Symonds complained that off-spinner Harbhajan Singh called him a “monkey” when the Test match between India and Australia was played in Sydney 13 years ago. With the ban imposed on Harbhajan Singh, the Indian team supporting him warned that the series would be boycotted if the ban was not lifted. That was a big controversy at the time. The ban was lifted on the ground that Harbhajan Singh had done nothing wrong.

Cricket Australia allows only 25 per cent spectators into the stadium in Sydney due to the spread of the corona virus. The country’s cricket board has ordered them to wear masks in keeping with social distance. Cricket Australia (CA) is likely to hold a comprehensive inquiry into the TeamIndia complaint.