- The fourth test of the series in Brisbane’s Gabba between India and Australia, viewers made ugly comments
- Racial comments were made on Mohammad Siraj in Sydney, later the audience was out of the stadium
- Apart from Siraj on the first day of the Gaba Test, viewers have abused Washington Sundar
- The 4-match series between India and Australia is currently 1–1.
In the ongoing Test series against India, the fans of Australia are not deterring the players from making abusive and lewd comments. On the first day of the fourth and final Test match of the series in Brisbane’s Gaba, the Indian pacer Mohammad Siraj was abused by the audience.
On Friday, on the first day of the fourth and final match of the Border-Gavaskar series, some spectators again used abusive language for Siraj. According to a report by the Sydney Morning Herald, some viewers also uttered abuses for Washington Sundar in addition to Siraj.
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According to the report, an onlooker named Kate said that some viewers were constantly talking and shouting wrong things about Siraj and Sundar. He said that Siraj was again targeted by most people, who were also abused during the Sydney Test.
Kidney test: racist comment on Siraj again, offending audience off the field
Sundar from Tamil Nadu made his Test debut with this match. Earlier, during the third Test match of the series played in Sydney, the audience made racial comments for Siraj. However, some spectators were later sent out with the help of police and security personnel.
The 4-match series between India and Australia is currently 1–1. While the Australian team registered a resounding win in Adelaide, the Boxing Day Test match in Melbourne was won by the visiting team. The Sydney Test match was a draw.