New Delhi: The fourth and final test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is played between India and Australia. In the Sydney Test, the audience’s behavior with Team India was very bad and it was criticized a lot but it did not affect the Australian fans.
The audience was cheeky again with Siraj
On the first day of the Brisbane test, some spectators used indecent language for Indian fast bowler Mohammed Siraj. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, a viewer said that part of Gaba’s audience was targeting Siraj.
“The boy sitting behind me – Washington and Siraj – were calling out the two bugs,” the viewer (name – Kate) wrote in the diary. ”
He said: “It started with the targeting of Siraj and was in line with what happened at SCG (in which the audience used K Sira, K Siraj, Siraj Bol on the tune of Sera)” .
He said, “But this time it was Siraj. I suspect it’s no coincidence that Siraj is targeted after the incident at SCG. ”
According to the newspaper, once a person in the crowd was heard shouting: “Siraj,” Give us a sign “,
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Video of the incident is becoming increasingly viral on social media, with some viewers using vulgar words for Mohammed Siraj.
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All limits were exceeded during the Sydney test
On day three of the third test against Australia, team players Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj suffered alleged racial abuse by a drunk spectator. Not only that, this series also continued for the fourth day. The Indian players gathered in the middle of the field in the match’s second season, when Mohammed Siraj, standing on the square-leg border, complained about being abused. After that, the security personnel went to the public gallery and began to search for the abuser, then a group of spectators were asked to leave the booth. After that, 6 people who created a ruckus were thrown out of the stands by security personnel.
These people bombed Siraj. “You black dogs, come home. We don’t like you,” he told Bumrah and Siraj, the two cricketers were called “monkeys.” Some videos linked to this incident are now going viral on social networks, in which it is clear that Australian fans have missed all the deadlines.