“So the bowlers doubtlessly knew concerning the ball in Cape City !!! In fact, they did however absolutely that episode has been put to mattress a very long time in the past … Let’s transfer on,” tweeted Vaughan.
Ever since Cameron Bancroft revealed that greater than three folks would have information about ball-tampering techniques, the fiasco has as soon as once more turn out to be a speaking level within the cricketing world. Now, Cricket Australia‘s (CA) integrity group has reached out to the right-handed batsman to see if he has extra info to offer on the problem.
So the bowlers doubtlessly knew concerning the ball in Cape City !!! In fact they did however absolutely that episode has been… https://t.co/nkqT9JnjVT
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) 1621233039000
Sources inside Cricket Australia confirmed to ANI that the integrity group has certainly reached out to Bancroft and at present they’re ready to listen to from him.
“The integrity group has reached out to Cameron Bancroft at this time to see if he has some new info on the problem. We’re ready for a reply from his aspect. He’s within the UK at present, so it is nonetheless fairly early there,” the supply stated.
Through the 2018 Cape City Check in South Africa, Bancroft was caught on digicam attempting to alter the situation of the ball utilizing sandpaper. The incident later went on to be labelled because the ‘sandpapergate’ and is taken into account as one of many darkest moments within the historical past of Australian cricket.