Allegations were leveled by the game Former Australia captain Steve Smith was seen cheating on Monday during the first season’s drinks break,
The video of which also went viral on social media. As soon as the video went viral, he was accused of cheating.
Smith has dismissed the allegations of fraud leveled at him via social media.
He has said that I am quite surprised and disappointed with this kind of response.
In fact, in a conversation with ‘News Crop’, he said, ‘I often do this in matches to understand where we are bowling and how the batsmen are facing them.
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I have a habit of making marks there. ‘ Smith further said, ‘It is shameful that this and some other controversies have faded the shine of Team India’s batting yesterday (Monday).
Actually, Rishabh Pant drew the line in the direction of the stumps, taking the ‘guard’ during the batting.
In the video, Steve Smith was seen drawing the second line, erasing the same line.
The batsman faced criticism from social media fans and former India opener Virender Sehwag after Smith’s video surfaced. However, before Smith, Australian captain Tin Penn had clarified the matter.
He had said, ‘If you see Steve Smith playing Test cricket, he does it five or six times a day in every match.
He always stands at the batting crease. Explain that Smith described the allegations as shameful.
It is known that Smith had earlier been involved in a ball-tampering case against South Africa during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.
Smith and then-vice-captain David Warner were banned from international and domestic cricket for 12 months. Penn was given the command of the Australian team in place of Smith.