There have been frequent controversies on the tour of Australia, with some players being accused of breaking the bio bubble protocol after Team India’s win in the Melbourne Test.
New Delhi, Jan 09: Another big controversy has come up on the Australia tour, in fact racial comments have been made on Team India’s fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj, on the third day of Sydney Test, Bumrah and Siraj complained to the Indian team management for racial comments, reports According to some spectators sitting at the Sydney Cricket Ground, making racist comments on both these players by lewdly abusing them, the Indian team management has lodged an official complaint with the match referee.
Bumrah and Siraj were present
According to the Australian newspaper Daily Telegraph, after the third day’s play was over, the Indians were seen interacting with Team India officials, ICC and stadium security officials outside the dressing room.
Been abusing for 2 days
According to the report, Siraj and Bumrah had been abusing spectators for the last 2 days, including racial comments, after the third day’s play ended, Captain Rahane spoke to the match officials and security officials, The captain said that a spectator sitting at the Randwick end abused Siraj, who was fielding at the fine leg boundary. Only 10,000 spectators are watching this match in Sydney, despite such incidents happening, Bumrah also talked to the security officials after the third day of the game, Siraj did the same, both the umpire and the match referee. David Boon also spoke to the Indian team management on the issue.
Controversy continues in Australia tour
Let us tell you that there are constant controversies on the tour of Australia, after the victory of Team India in Melbourne Test, some players were accused of breaking the bio bubble protocol, in this case 5 players including Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill were questioned. , After this, there is still controversy over the Brisbane Quarantine Rules, according to reports that Team India wants relaxation in the Quarantine Rules, on the other hand the Brisbane Government is not ready for this, now allegations of racial remarks have come up on the third day of Sydney Test.