Mohammed Siraj. (Source: Twitter)

As per the reports by The Sydney Morning Herald, the ground operators of the Sydney Cricket Ground along with Venues NSW and ICC are working to track down the people responsible for the incident, after staff stationed on one of the boundaries were also made aware of the abuse.

Speaking about the whole issue, renowned journalist Boria Majumdar revealed the nasty words spoken by the Australian crowd to the Indian pacers. “He (Siraj) was called Wan…. Mother F… Monkey etc etc. This is just ridiculous. How on earth in an advanced society does someone get subjected to this? Unbelievable and unacceptable. Hope we see some action on this. @BCCI shouldn’t leave this,” Boria tweeted.

Earlier, the Indian team management has lodged a complaint about two of their players – Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj – having faced racial abuse from the crowd at the Sydney Cricket Ground during the third Test.

The senior players led by captain Ajinkya Rahane, R Ashwin spoke to the two umpires Paul Reiffel and Paul Wilson.

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