Sachin Tendulkar tweeted that the game is for solidarity, not for sharing. Cricket does not discriminate. Bat and ball recognize the talent of the one who catches them, not race, color, religion or nationality.
There has been a strong reaction from India on the apartheid remarks made on Indian players during the Sydney Test. After BCCI, Captain Virat Kohli, now former veteran cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has also objected to this action.
Sachin Tendulkar tweeted that the game is for solidarity, not for sharing. Cricket does not discriminate. Bat and ball recognize the talent of the person holding them, not race, color, religion or nationality. There is no place in the playground for those who do not understand it. On this tweet of Sachin, cricket fans are also expressing their anger over the treatment of Team India in Australia.
Captain Kohli expressed anger Earlier, Team India captain Virat Kohli had expressed his anger. Kohli said, ‘Racial comment is not acceptable at all. On the boundary line, the extent of factual behavior is being exceeded. It is sad to see this happening on the field. Annoyed Kohli said, “This matter needs to be looked at with seriousness and example should be taken by taking strict action against such people.”
No discrimination will be done, Jai Shah BCCI Secretary Jai Shah also reacted to this issue. He said that casteism has no place in cricket and society. I have spoken to Cricket Australia (CA). CA has ensured strict action. BCCI and CA stand together. Discrimination will not be tolerated at all.
CA issued a statement Sean Kerol, CA’s head of integrity and security, said, “Cricket Australia strongly condemns all discriminatory behavior”. He said, “As the hosts of the series, we apologize to our friends in the Indian cricket team and assure them We will take strict action in this matter.
The audience called Siraj a ‘Brown Dog’ Please tell that Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has once again faced racial remarks on the fourth day of the Sydney Test match against Australia. Sources in Team India made a big disclosure after the match, saying that the Australian audience had called Mohammad Siraj a ‘Brown Dog’. Earlier on Saturday, an intoxicated spectator on SCG allegedly made racist remarks on Indian players Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj.