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On the fourth day of the third test in Sydney between India and Australia, the Australian audience once again exceeded their limits and made abusive comments on Mohammed Siraj. Something similar happened on the third day of the match as well. Both Jasprit Bumrah and Siraj had also complained about this. Siraj told the police on the fourth day about the place from where the voice came. After this, the police kicked out six Australian spectators.

Cricket Australia apologized to Team India for this act of Australian viewers and issued a statement on social media saying that cricket is Australia’s zero-tolerance policy for such act. He told the audience that if you make a racist comment then you will not be welcome in Australian cricket. 

Cricket Australia said that the board is waiting for the ICC inquiry. Once the convict is identified, action will be taken against him. He said that in Indian cricket as a host we apologize to our friends.

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By the end of the fourth day of the Sydney Test, the Indian team has scored 98 runs losing two wickets. India has a target of 407 runs for victory in the fourth innings (Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test). On the last day of the Sydney Test, India will have to score 309 runs to win and its eight wickets are safe. Cheteshwar Pujara (9 *) and captain Ajinkya Rahane (4 *) are at the crease.

For India, openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill made a solid start. The two players shared a 71-run partnership for the first wicket. Shubman Gill, who hit a half-century in the first innings, became a victim of Josh Hazlewood by scoring 31 runs in the second innings. At the same time, Rohit Sharma played a half-century innings. He scored 52 runs off 98 balls with the help of five fours and a six. His wicket was taken by Pat Cummins.

Earlier in the Sydney Test, Australia set a target of 407 runs in front of India to win. The Australian scored 312 runs in the second innings, losing six wickets. Steve Smith, who scored a century in the first innings, scored 81 runs in the second innings. 

Apart from him, Marnus Labushen hit an innings of 73 runs. The highlight of the second innings was Cameron Green’s innings. Playing his third Test match, Green scored 84 runs thanks to 8 fours and four sixes. This is also the first half-century of his Test career. For India, Navdeep Saini and Ravichandran Ashwin took two wickets each while Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj took one wicket each.


The third Test match played at the Sydney Cricket Ground between India and Australia (Australia vs Australia) has crossed the limit of indecency by Australian viewers. Onlookers chanted Indian fast bowler Mohammed Siraj for the second consecutive day.

Earlier on the third day of the Sydney Test, the audience made racial comments against Siraj against Jasprit Bumrah. Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh (Harbhajan Singh) is extremely upset with this behaviour of the audience. Harbhajan has told that he has also been treated poorly on the Australian ground.

Harbhajan Singh tweeted, ‘I have personally heard many things on the field while playing in Australia. He commented about my color and religion. This is not the first time the crowd is doing this nonsense … how will you stop them? ‘

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