Indian and Australian players supported the campaign against apartheid, ‘Black Lives Matter’, just before the start of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. A lot of things were said from Australia about good sports and on-field behavior, but those things were the same. As the series progressed, kangaroo players and spectators began to show their color. While the media tried to show Team India undisciplined outside the ground, the audience used abusive language. Many players, including captain Tim Paine, David Warner and Steve Smith, behaved so badly that they had to apologize.
Then Virat had respect
Well, this is what Steve Smith was calling the world as a fraud. Wherever he used to go, people started teasing him by calling him ‘cheater-cheater’. After the ‘sandpaper scandal’ in South Africa, the English audience was stunned by Steve Smith who arrived in England to play the World Cup-2019. International players were not very openly supportive. At the time, Team India captain Virat Kohli not only encouraged Smith during the match, but also got him respect from the audience. However, Smith and his team seem to have forgotten Kohli’s heart-warming behavior.
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Behavior and strategy from nowhere Gentleman
Whatever happened at the Sydney Cricket Ground since the Melbourne Test, it seems that neither Steve Smith has changed nor the Australian team has learned anything from the sandpaper scandal. The Kangaroo players not only abused the Indian team, but according to their strategy, the fast bowlers were seen deliberately bowling the ‘body line’. The result was that Mohammad Shami, R.K. Several Indian players were injured including Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Rishabh Pant, Umesh Yadav, Hanuma Vihari.
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Smith behaves like a street boy
Smith may be included in the list of veterans as a cricket record, but in his presence, the team’s behavior resembles that of the Gully Boys. Not only this, Shane Warne, who has already ensured India’s defeat, uses abuses during the commentary. Except for Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Saurabh Ganguly, MS Dhoni, rarely do Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma with aggressive image behave like this.
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That’s why Virat is far better
Virat Kohli, who had an image of Bad Boy in his early career, gets the ICC ‘Spirit of Cricket Award’ to give respect to the opposition player (Steve Smith), then the behavior of cricketers like Smith proves that he can only play ‘Gentleman Cricket’ Have been pretending to be Well, now that an apology has been made, some better behavior can be expected in the Brisbane Test.