Tim Paine, Australia The rest of the test team was very upset after a rush of intentional cheating on the weekend.
Wicketkeeper was caught by Steve Smith trying to change the state of the ball, the opening drummer Cameron Bancroft, at the center of a plan to steal a ball, pushed to the captain after stopping for the rest of the South African tour. using a hidden piece of adhesive tape.
Paine, he and his teammates Smith, Bancroft and Vice President Dave Warner say they are embarrassed by the series’s actions to get rid of their position for the rest.
Tasmania told Jack Heverin in an interview with SEN in Whateley, “Everyone in our dressing room, first of all, we are fans and I apologize to the Australian people.”
“We are aware that we have disappointed many people, so we are sorry for that and want to see the next few months as an opportunity for us to grow up as a team and individually. . ”
Paine described the drama in Cape Town as “terrible” and “an absolute disaster.” The shock news clearly affected the shocking news, witnessing the loss of the third test in 322 runs and losing all his skin, then managing his second beats at only 107. only 50 runs away their wickets during the night.
Smith has been banned by the ICC for the next Test in Johannesburg and has lost 100 percent of the match fee and will be further sanctioned by Cricket Australia after the ongoing investigation is finalized.
Bancroft and Warner have already escaped a suspension and have lost 75 percent of the match fee as a result of the old, incident.