ICC U19 WC 2020: ban on 5 Australian gamers for making objectionable feedback on Indians

by Jeremy Spirogis
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On Thursday, a nasty information got here for the Australian group that was eradicated after dropping to India within the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020. Cricket Australia has determined to ban 5 gamers within the group.

This determination has been taken within the case of objectionable feedback on social media by these gamers earlier than the match in opposition to India.

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                 After successful the match, batsman Jake Fraser shared a photograph of himself on his Instagram. With this picture he wrote that we’re coming to the quarter finals. On this post, 5 Australian gamers made objectionable feedback concentrating on the Indians.

Cricket Australia's Integrity Chief Sean Carroll stated throughout an interplay with ESPN Cricinfo, "Some words of language used by the players were found to be vulgar against people who do not speak English. We are sad that our Under-19 team Some of the players have been found guilty of using such language on social media. Immediately after the matter came to cognizance, we got the ICC to know about it. Ri is given. "

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He stated, "I have spoken to the players this morning. I have made it clear to them that the use of this language is not acceptable in the society. As an Australian player, the tradition they should have followed has not been done. . Players have stepped down from their posts, admitting their mistake. "

He added, "Cricket Australia is considering banning these players after the team returns to the country from South Africa. Most of the players are minors. Their parents were not with them during the World Cup. Gives training also. "

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