ECB suspends fast bowler Ally Robinson from international cricket, action following controversial tweets

England pacer Ally Robinson has been ruled out of the squad for his Test debut against New Zealand. The ECB has suspended him from international cricket until the results of the disciplinary hearing come out. In 2012 and 2013, she has been the mainstay of obscene and racist comments on Twitter. However, he apologized after the matter came to light years later. Robinson took seven wickets in a memorable performance with the ball in a draw that ended in a draw against the Kiwis on Sunday, but struck out a stunning 42 in the first innings when allowed to bat.

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Robinson was embarrassed about his old statement

After his old tweets went viral, Robinson apologized and said, “I’m ashamed of my pornography and racism. I shared it on Twitter 8 years ago and it’s coming up today.” The fast bowler said, ‘He apologizes for such an act and is too embarrassed to make such comments. As the English county Yorkshire teen pulled him out, he made these tweets while he was experiencing the worst phase of his life.

Robinson will no longer be available for selection in the second match of the Test series against England starting June 10. The series is currently tied between the two teams, so whoever wins the second match will win the Test series along with the match. Please note that this series is not part of the World Test Championship (WTC). The WTC final will be played between New Zealand and India from June 18. Team India have already reached the Aegis Bowl in Southampton for the match.

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