IND vs AUS: BCCI recordsdata criticism in opposition to racist remarks made on Bumrah and Siraj throughout Sydney Check

India vs Australia: The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has lodged a proper criticism in opposition to the ICC Match Referee after alleged racial abuse by drunken spectators together with group gamers Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj throughout the third day of the third Check in opposition to Australia. .

In line with BCCI sources, Siraj was referred to as a ‘monkey’ (monkey) by an intoxicated spectator current at a stand on the Sydney Cricket Floor, harking back to the ‘Monkeygate’ episode of the Indian group’s tour of Australia in 2007-08.

“The BCCI has filed a proper criticism with ICC Match Referee David Boon after misbehaving with an intoxicated spectator from his two gamers Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj,” a board supply informed PTI.

Curiously, the Monkeygate episode additionally passed off throughout the Sydney Check. When Andrew Symonds claimed that Harbhajan Singh referred to as him a monkey a number of occasions. However the Indian off-spinner acquired a clear chit after listening to this case.

It’s realized that after the top of the day’s play, there was a protracted dialogue between senior gamers, umpires and safety officers of the Indian group. Captain Ajinkya Rahane was additionally concerned on this. The incident occurred when each Indian gamers have been fielding throughout Australia’s second innings.

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