Geoffrey Boycott Said If Australia Are Man Enough, They Should Issue A Public Apology Over Jonny Bairstow Stumping | ENG Vs AUS: Former English captain furious at Australian team, said

England vs Australia, Jonny Bairstow Dismissal: Australia has taken a 2-0 lead in the series with a 43-run victory in the Lord’s Test match against England. During the game of the 5th day of this match, there was a controversy regarding the wicket of Johnny Bairstow. Now many former players of England and Australia have also come face to face regarding this. Former English captain Geoffrey Boycott has lashed out at the Kangaroo team and advised them to make a public apology.

Former England captain Geoffrey Boycott wrote in his column for The Telegraph that if you want to win at any cost then the game of cricket is not for you. We want people to work hard and play fair, but keep the standards in mind. When the batsman is not taking any advantage then you should not have done the same. If the batsman was showing some finesse which is seen in Mankad’s situation then it is understandable at that time. But Johnny was not doing this at all.

Geoffrey Boycott further wrote in his column that the Australian team should consider what they did? He should publicly apologize for this incident. With the resolution of the situation, everyone will move forward.

People will think better of Australia if they do this

Boycott further wrote that Australia now has time to think about what they did. All of us make mistakes. If Kangaroo team accepts its mistake then people will think well about Australia team. This is the only way to move forward from this thing. Now it has to be seen whether he has the courage to do it or not.

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