The controversy between India and Australia is ceasing to end. Joining in the heated debate, Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has made a controversial statement on Indian captain Virat Kohli.
On being asked whether Indian captain should have apologised to Steve Smith for making remarks on his integrity, he said, “Look, I am not sure he (Kohli) knows how to spell the word (sorry).”
This is a massive statement to come from the chief of an international cricket body, at a time when the two teams are playing each other. He, however, suggested that both the teams should get together and have a laugh. He said, “After the end of this long and cut-throat series, let’s hope the boys from both teams get together and have a bit of a laugh. I know they are going to spend a lot of time together in the IPL. So I am sure if it doesn’t happen after the Dharamsala Test, it will happen during the IPL.”
The fourth and last Test will be played at HPCA stadium in Dharamshala from March 25 and the winner of the match will lift the Border-Gavaskar trophy. The pitch at HPCA stadium will be assisting the fast bowlers and both teams might go in with 3 pacers in the playing XI.