India against racism or what happened at the SCG tournament

The Indian national cricket team is preparing a lawsuit against the Australian team over racial discrimination during the SCG championship. What was the reason for this, you will learn in our article.

According to the latest data, on January 8, the BCCI filed a formal complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC), which stated that the players of the Indian national cricket team were racially abused during the 3rd day of the current test match in Sydney.

In total, six meetings are scheduled between the Indian and Australian teams and four have already been played to date.

The International Cricket Council accepted the complaint for consideration and stated that the response and decision will be ready in accordance with the regulations within two weeks.

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Recall that the SPI incident occurred on the third day of the SCG tournament which takes place in Sydney test. Several Indian players, including Jasprit Bumra and Mohammad Siraj, have complained about being racially abused by a crowd of Australia fans, which in itself is unacceptable in the civilized world.

According to eyewitness reports, dozens of drunken fans insulted the players and made inappropriate jokes and racial taunts that were offensive. In this regard, the Indian team decided to address the issue of racial discrimination to officials

India captain Ajinkya Rahane was seen chatting with the umpires at the end of the afternoon match. Soon the coaching board entered the case, which actually filed an official complaint.

Recall that to date, Australia leads the SCG championship and beats India by 197 points.

We hope that this unpleasant incident will not affect the overall background of the competition and in particular the good spirit of sports competition.

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