IND versus AUS: ‘Sorry to Indian Team’, David Warner apologizes over prejudice column

A day after the finish of the third Test, Australian opener David Warner apologized to Indian players for the raucous conduct that appeared by a part of the group at Sydney Cricket Stadium.

A gathering of observers coordinated racial maltreatment at Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj on the third day of the match after which the guests stopped an authority grumbling of the occurrence.

Afterward, on the fourth day, six individuals from the crowd were ousted from the arena after they assaulted Siraj again with racial remarks.

On Tuesday, Warner took to Instagram and said that ‘prejudice and misuse’ are ‘not adequate or endured anyplace’. He additionally saluted Ajinkya Rahane-drove group India for pulling off a remarkable and hard-battled draw on the last day of the Sydney Test.

“It was incredible to be back out on the recreation center again this week. Was not the ideal outcome for us but rather this is what is the issue here. 5 days of intense cricket and all-around done to our folks for functioning as hard as could be expected under the circumstances, congratulations to India in the manner in which they contended energetically for the draw, and that is the reason we love this game, it is difficult. Move onto Brisbane now for the decider and what a spot the Gabba is to play at,” Warner composed on his Instagram.

“I’d likewise prefer to express sorry to @mohammedsirajofficial and the Indian group as prejudice, and misuse isn’t in any capacity adequate or endured anyplace whenever, and I would anticipate better from our home group,” he added.

Warner got back to the Australian Test group in the wake of recuperating from a crotch injury that he endured in the restricted overs arrangement against India. Notwithstanding, he battled with the bat as he figured out how to score just 5 and 13 in the two innings separately.

India, then again, were put to pursue a mammoth all out of 407. Battling with wounds, India batted 131 overs in the fourth innings and got done with 334 for 5 to pull off a noteworthy draw. The arrangement is as yet level on 1-1 and the decider will be played in Brisbane. The fourth and the last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy starts on January 15 at the Gabba.