Australia are one of the biggest names in world cricket. Their players have always been top-class and they have constantly been on the pinnacle of the game. However, their certain qualities justifiably make them the ultimate villain of the sport. The Australians are extremely strong with their bat as well as their ball, nevertheless, the Baggy Greens also possesses some other qualities as well- below the belt bantering, altering with the rules, and cheating- are some of them to be precise.
The Australians have never bothered about the spirit of the gentlemen’s game. The recent display of their immorality was covered when they faced India in the third Test of the on-going “Border Gavaskar” series. Several incidences were caught in the camera which defamed the Australian players in the game. Where the Indians garnished respect for their impeccable character, the Australians were shamed for their unprofessional behavior.
IND vs AUS: A message from an Indian fan to Aussies
A certain Indian fan by the name of Vikas Shukla seemingly had enough of the Australians as he decided to take matters into his own hands. Vikas Shukla, on his YouTube channel Cricket Mic, uploaded a video of him trolling the Aussies for their demeaning act against the Men in Blue. He has certainly covered every incident which happened on the 5th day of the 3rd Test at Sydney and if you are an Indian fan, you are surely going to enjoy the next 6 minutes.
Australia always prides itself in playing cricket the hard way. They were the ones who decided what constituted crossing the line and what didn’t. Australian cricket team were a bunch of bullies back in the times when they dominated world cricket. During the 2000s, teams lead by Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting went all out in their cause for winning. The Australians received a severe reality check with the sandpaper gate scandal post which they tried coming out of their regular methods of playing cricket. The epic 3rd Test match in Sydney has reinforced that Aussies can resort to all means to win a game.