The CA has also promised the strongest possible action against the culprits, including the possibility of them being banned from the SCG for life.

India captain Ajinkya Rahane on Monday said of the racial abuse that his teammates endured from the crowd during the third Test against Australia and that he was unacceptable and received support from his Australian counterpart Tim Paine, who said he would take the issue. But stand with tourists.

On Sunday, India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj was stopped for about 10 minutes after he complained of racial abuse from a section of the crowd, which led to the expulsion of six spectators and an unreserved apology from Cricket Australia.

The CA has also promised the strongest possible action against the culprits, including the possibility of them being banned from the SCG for life.

Rahane said, “We have lodged a complaint and I spoke to the match referee and the umpires, whatever I had to speak. Everything that happened is not acceptable and should not be anywhere in the world and we are upset about it. Were.” There was a strong draw for India after the press conference on Monday in India.

Pine, who won hearts by joining the Indian team on Sunday, said he did so “to let the audience know that he and his team are against any form of misconduct.”

Paine, who was batting at the time, was asked about the events he married in the Test during the post-match press conference.

The wicketkeeper-batsman said, “I think it is hopelessly disappointing. Cricket Australia and the Australian cricket team, we do not condemn any form of abuse, especially racial abuse.”

He said, “I just wanted to let the Indian team know that we are with them on that. As I said, it has not been accepted by any of us and is really disappointed that this happens when the teams in Australia Come and we want to stop it.

The captain said, “It was just to make sure that the Indian boys knew that we too were against it and we supported them.”

Both teams will now play in Brisbane from January 15 for the fourth and final Test.

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