new Delhi: The third Test played between India and Australia was full of controversies. On the third and fourth day of the match, the Indian team alleged that Mohammed Siraj had made racist remarks. Some spectators present at the stands of the Sydney Cricket Ground had allegedly called this fast bowler as ‘Brown Dog’.
Action on accused audience
Due to this act of spectators on Sunday, all the players reached the middle of the field and the match had to be stopped for a while. After this incident, the security personnel present at the Sydney Cricket Ground drove 6 people out of the stands. Cricket Australia also apologized for the incident.
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Now a new twist has arrived in this story. On the fourth day of the match, an Indian cricket fan present in the stadium has rejected these things outright. According to a man named Prateik Kelkar, he was kicked out of the stadium on Sunday because he defended the spectators accused of making racial remarks.
‘Allegations are false’
Prateik Kelkar in a chat with the Sydney Morning Herald claimed that not a single racial comment was made against Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj. Prateek believes that Siraj may have heard these voices from somewhere else, but the audience who were thrown out did not say any abuses.
Video viral claim
In the video related to the incident, which is going viral on social media, it is being claimed that Siraj was called abusive. The name of Mohammed Siraj is heard in the audio properly, but the voice of the alleged racial commentary is not coming right.
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