This could maybe be the most difficult time for the Australian team, as their misfortunes don’t appear to end after batsman Cameron Bancroft had confessed to using ‘yellow tape’ to change the condition of the ball, in the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

After the whole occurrence, Australia captain Steve Smith took the responsibility for ball tampering, and said that it was him, who arranged it. Presently former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has made scorching comments on Steve Smith and coach Darren Lehmann.

In a tweet, Pietersen wrote, Anyone heard from Lehmann? Saker? That is Head Coach and Bowling Coach. Truly instrumental in all of this…”

Cricket Australia Chief executive James Sutherland has as of now issued an public apology to Australian fans of the game.

The Australian Sports Commission Chair John Wylie, the ASC Board and CEO Kate Palmer in an announcement related with the issue have condemned any types of cheating in the game.

“Given the admission by Australian captain Steve Smith, the ASC calls for him to be stood down immediately by Cricket Australia, along with any other members of the team leadership group or coaching staff who had prior awareness of, or involvement in, the plan to tamper with the ball,” the ASC articulation read.

“The ASC condemns cheating of any form in game. The ASC expects and requires that Australian teams and athletes demonstrate unimpeachable integrity in representing our country.”

“The Australian cricket group are iconic representatives of our nation. The example they set issues an incredible arrangement to Australia and to the a thousands of young Australians playing or getting a charge out of the game of cricket and who look up the national team as good examples.”

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