A video of Australian player Steve Smith is becoming increasingly viral, with Smith once again caught red-handed while molesting the pitch.
New Delhi, Jan 11: In 2018, Steve Smith was found guilty of ball tampering against South Africa. Then he was banned for a year, along with his captain was also taken away. But Smith seems to have got no lesson from this, only then he has been found to be doing something similar once again.
Steve Smith captured on camera
Australian batsman Steve Smith was caught red-handed while tampering with the pitch in the Sydney Test against India. Here, Australia hosted the Sydney Test
Knock off the pitch
The best to break the pair from the host team While trying, in the eyes of a camera, something was seen that Steve is once again on target, in this footage, the Australian player was seen wiping the batsman’s mark off the leg. This view has been captured in the first stump camera. The video has been recorded shortly before the start of the game during the drinks break in the first session of the last day.
Violation of sheer rules
Pant came to the wicket after this footage, number 49 on camera The player with the jersey has been seen to wipe the mark off his foot, and sports lovers know that this jersey number belongs to no one but Smith. Now questions are being raised on Smith’s sporting spirit, not only this but it is also a violation of ICC rules.
Australia’s Steve Smith shadow-batted as he came to the crease after the drinks break, and proceeded to remove Rishabh Pant’s guard marks.
– Manoj Singh Negi (@Manoj__negi) January 11, 2021