India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP
India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP

Australia vs India: tourists complain of racist abuse from crowd at Sydney test match

  • Indian fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah targeted on Saturday while fielding by the boundary ropes

Topic |   ICC (International Cricket Council)
India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP
India’s Mohammed Siraj (right) speaks to the umpire as the game was halted after alleged racist abuse from spectators inside the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. Photo: AFP
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