Ross Taylor Was Abused By The Spectators On The Fifth Day Of The WTC Final

On the fifth day of the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand, two spectators insulted the New Zealand players when they were on the field.
The International Criminal Court said in a statement: “We have received reports of abuse from New Zealand players. Our security team identified have them and they were removed from the stadium.
The ICC will not accept any form of abuse. The last day of the game will be exciting and we all hope that the rain stays away.
But on the fifth day, there were two spectators sitting in their seats who made abusive comments. The Ground security persons immediately took proper action.
New Zealand’s player Ross Taylor was abused. However, New Zealand fast bowler, Tim Southee said that no New Zealand player is aware of this.
He said at a virtual press conference that, he heard that for the first time. The game on the field is full of sportsmanship and they don’t know what happened.
Williamson played the slowest innings of his Test career. When the New Zealand team suffered setbacks on one side, Kane Williamson slowly came closer to scoring a half-century.
But Ishant Sharma dismissed him and gave New Zealand a big blow. Williamson scored 49 runs from 177 balls. Instead of praising the Kiwi captain, the crowd mocked and made fun of him.

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