AUS vs IND: Racial abuse is in DNA of Australia
After the end of day 1, Australia is in a better position with a score of 274/5. The Indian bowlers are still struggling to find the rhythm, Navdeep Saini injured halfway and went back to the pavilion. In between these Australians are still not eagle from their antics. The shocking news of racial abuse subject to Mohammad Siraj and Washington Sundar was made according to Sydney Morning Herald.
The racial abuse was also made in the 3rd test subject to Mohammad Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah after which the Australian Cricket Board officially announced that they will take strict actions. The cricketers from all around the world called their behavior “inane”. Tim Paine also made some unattractive remarks on Ravichandran Ashwin and later apologized.
We have launched an investigation in parallel with NSW Police following a crowd incident at the SCG today. Full statement 👇 pic.twitter.com/D7Qu3SenHo
— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) January 10, 2021
The security staff tried to maintain the decorum throughout the day and also keep an eye on the audience whenever Mohammad Siraj came to field at the boundary line. Regardless of this, some racial comments were made that show how inadequate the environment is in Australia. India today lost the toss in the very crucial decider and gave an upper hand to Australia after ending the day for 274/5 with skipper Tim Paine and Cameron Green on the crease.