The spectators who abused New Zealand players have been evicted. According to ESPN Cricinfo, two spectators sitting in Block M said abusive words. This block is just below Team Hotel.
Southampton. Two spectators were thrown out of the field for abusing some New Zealand players on the fifth day of the World Test Championship final against India. The ICC said in a statement, “We have received reports that New Zealand players have been abused. Our security team identified the accused and they were thrown out of the field.” It said, “We will not accept any abusive behavior in cricket.” According to ESPN Cricinfo, two spectators sitting in Block M. Say abusive words. This block is just below Team Hotel.
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“The security personnel on the ground were immediately activated,” the report said. Some fans shared this on social media after which the ICC took action.” It is understood that Kiwi player Ross Taylor was abused. New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee, however, said that no Kiwi player is aware of this. He said in the virtual press conference, “I am hearing this for the first time. The match on the field is played with sportsmanship. We don’t know what happens off the field.
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