Six cricket fans are marched out of the SCG after being accused of racially abusing Indian players during Test match – the second day in a row the visiting players have made racism allegations
Six fans have been escorted out of the SCG after being accused of racially abusing Indian cricket players during the Sydney Test match.
Play was delayed for more than five minutes on day three of the third Test on Sunday after Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj told the umpires he had allegedly been racially abused by the group of young men.
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Indian players stand alongside Australian captain Tim Paine after the Sydney Test was halted after a group of spectators allegedly made racist remarks towards the visiting team