Australian spinner star Nathan Lyon said on Wednesday that India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj has set new standards, condemning the poor behavior of the crowd. He said the cricket game is for everyone and there is no place for racism in it. Siraj and Jaspreet Bumrah faced racist reactions from the audience on the fourth and fifth day at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Indian team then complained to the ICC.
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Lion, in a virtual press conference, said there was no chance of a racist splatter in the game. People think it’s funny, but it affects people differently. The game of cricket has no place for everyone and racism. That said, if you feel the need to complain to match officials, you should. There are many security guards on the field nowadays who can immediately dismiss racist commentators, he said. This will lead to complaints from match officials.
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In this match, the crowd at the square leg boundary called Siraj ‘Monkey’ and ‘Brown Dog’. The security guards then drove the crowd off the field. Lion said this would constitute an incident complaint. It depends on whether or not the player wants to complain. I think people get out of this and only watch cricket and the players don’t have to worry about racial abuse.