He didn’t know anything, but he heard a one-year ban on the ball handling scandal. He even lost the Australian captaincy. Speaking of Steven Smith. Although he was not directly involved in ball handling in South Africa, he did not receive much criticism. That Smith gave birth to a new controversy. After the Sydney test video went viral, the “cheater” scandal is happening again next to his name.
A rehearsal was held at the Sydney Cricket Ground to commemorate the occasion. Beating in the fourth inning, Hanuma Bihari and Ravichandran Ashwin brought India a winning draw by beating with a real mood. However, Rishabh Pant also created the opportunity to win with a counterattack and governing the Australian bowling alleys. He scored 98 runs of 116 balls. There is so much controversy about the Indian goalie hitter rubbing Smith’s shoes on the batting guard.
A scene was captured on the trunk camera during the break to drink on the fifth day of the extracted test. Where the player wearing the No. 49 shirt (which is Smith’s number) is seen passing over the fold and rubbing his shoes on the field of play as if trying to do something. While the issue is unclear, many speculate that Smith did so to remove the bat guard at the end of the bat.
The Australian batsman has been attacked after the video went viral at the time. India supporters wash Smith. Even former Indian opener Virender Sehwag has taken a hand. “All sorts of attempts are being made, including an attempt to remove Pant’s battering guard from Smith’s fold,” he wrote on Twitter. But it didn’t work.
All the tricks have been tried, including Steve Smith, who was trying to remove Pant’s bat guard marks from the fold. Par kuch kaam na aaya. Khaaya peeya kuch nahi, glass toda barana.
But I am so proud of the effort of the Indian team today. Seena chonda ho gaya yaar. pic.twitter.com/IfttxRXHeM
– Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 11, 2021