The SCG test was rocked by allegations that Indian stars Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj were victims of racist abuse by onlookers.
Several media outlets in India and Australia reported that Indian management filed a complaint about the abuse allegedly directed against the fast bowlers on days two and three of the third test.
Members of the Indian camp – including Bumrah and Siraj – were pictured in discussions with officials from Cricket Australia as well as representatives from the ICC and stadium security after Saturday’s game.
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the Sydney Morning Herald reported that the ground operator Venues NSW was working with the ICC and making CCTV footage available after staff stationed at the border near the Brewongle booth were also made aware of reports of abuse.
“The alleged taunts by the Indian players brought an awful end to a third day of the game,” wrote Chris Barrett.
“It was also the latest flash point in a series that had no shortage of associated drama.”
Cricbuzz reported that there was a discussion between the referees, security officials and said Indian players for nearly five minutes after the end of the match.
The Indian team then hung out in the locker room for a while when the Indian security official had a quick chat with the security officers on the ground, as well as the ICC security official present at the premises. places.”
Fox Sports reported that “angry Indian officials have filed a complaint with the ICC.”