Ally Robinson apologizes for debut Test match, saying porn and racism in 2012

England pacer Ally Robinson, who made his Test debut against New Zealand at Lord’s, has regretted his past mistake. Robinson told pornography and racism on Twitter as a teenager in 2012, for which the fast bowler has now apologized for his debut. Robinson performed well on the first day of the Test, taking 2 wickets in his name. Devon Conway scored a spectacular century in his New Zealand debut and he remains in the crease until the end of the day.

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Robinson, age 18, used the word ‘N’ in 2012 and 2013 to say Muslims were involved in the spread of terrorism. He made obscene remarks about women and people who believe in Asian tradition. Robbins played for Yorkshire, Kent at the time. According to the news of ESPCricinfo, Robinson apologized and said it was the biggest day of my career, I am ashamed of my pornography and racism that I shared on Twitter 8 years ago, and today is coming to the forefront. The fast bowler apologized for such an act and said he was too embarrassed to make such comments.

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New Zealand remain in a strong position until the first day’s play on the first Test day. The team scored 246 runs for the loss of only 3 wickets. Devon Conway, who is playing a superb innings of 136 for the Kiwis, is standing in the crease, while Henry Nichols is backing up 46 runs. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson couldn’t do much in the first innings and bowled James Anderson after scoring 13 runs.

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