Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has set a new standard to exclude bad crowd behavior, Australia’s top off-spinner Nathan Lyon on Wednesday called cricket a place of no place for racism or any form of abuse. Told.

The Indian team lodged an official complaint with the ICC after a group of spectators mistreated Jaspreet Bumrah and Siraj on the third and fourth days of the third Test at the Sydney Test Ground.

“There is no room for any kind of racial sledge or any kind of abuse. People think they are being funny, but it can affect people in different ways. For me, cricket is for everyone There is sport and there is no room for it, ”Lyon said during a virtual press conference.

“If the time is right to call the match officials, then you do it. We have a lot of security around the field these days and if someone is doing it then they can be removed, because there is no place for it . ” May well be premeditated to report issues to authorities. “While fielding at the square-leg border, Siraj was allegedly called” monkey “and” brown dog “in two days by some spectators, who were removed by security guards after the case was reported to the on-field umpires was given.

“I think it’s quite disgusting to be honest. Yes, I’ve been on the other end of it, facing abuse, whether it’s England, New Zealand, South Africa or wherever. But there’s no room for it Lyon said that players will try their best to block you.

He feels that players will now have the option to stop the game and exclude their addicts in the stands.

“It can do well (make a predetermination to report issues to the officials). It will depend on the player how they have been affected.

The veteran spinner of the country said, “I hope in the society all over the world right now, we can live up to this and people can see us playing cricket. Neither the players go to work nor anyone is abused or Don’t worry about racial abuse. “

Australian players also supported their Indian counterparts after the events with captain Tim Paine.

The four-match series is currently tied 1–1 with the fourth Test scheduled to take place here from Friday.

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