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Jay Shah says “No place for racism in sport” after Indian Players got racially abused in Sydney 

The BCCI has also lodged a formal complaint with ICC match referee David Boon after Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj were said to be racially abused by the crowd.

By Anukul Chauhan
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The cricket community has exploded after Indian players were subjected to racial abuse during the fourth day of the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Adding to this BCCI secretary Jay Shah said he has talked to Cricket Australia and the board has assured that strict action will be taken against the alleged spectator for this disgraceful act.

Jay Shah took to Twitter and said “Racism has no place in our great sport or in any walk of society. I’ve spoken to Cricket Australia and they have ensured strict action against the offenders. BCCI and Cricket Australia stand together. These acts of discrimination will not be tolerated.”

The BCCI has also lodged a formal complaint with ICC match referee David Boon after Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj were said to be racially abused by the crowd.

On the pitch, Australia ended Day 4 well on top. The hosts need eight wickets on the final day’s play to take a 2-1 series lead over India in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.

 

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