AUS vs WI Test: What happened to Kohli’s partner? Our own people shunned us; Didn’t even participate in the wicket celebration

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AUS vs WI Test: What happened to Kohli’s partner?  Our own people shunned us;  Didn’t even participate in the wicket celebration

New Delhi. The second Test is being played between Australia and West Indies at the Gabba ground in Brisbane. Even before this match, Corona knocked again in the Australian camp. Powerful all-rounder Cameron Green had become infected with Corona virus. However, despite getting infected due to the changed Corona protocol, Green got a place in the playing-11. But, his fellow players sidelined him. Its video is going viral on social media.

Actually, the first wicket of West Indies was taken by Josh Hazlewood. He had Kraigg Brathwaite caught behind the wicket by Alex Carey. The Australian team was celebrating after getting this wicket. But Green’s fellow players did not participate in the celebration. Kept distance from them. Its video has surfaced, in which Hazlewood is seen making gestures to shoo away Green. However, Hazlewood did not do this because of any dispute or bitterness with Green.

Green stood away from the team even during the national anthem.
According to the Corona protocol, if an infected player was playing a match, then it is mandatory for the other players to maintain social distancing from him. That’s why Green could not celebrate Brathwaite’s wicket with the other players. Let us tell you that Cameron Green will play for Virat Kohli’s team Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2024. He was traded by RCB to Mumbai Indians.

West Indies’ condition deteriorated in the second test also
Earlier, even when the national anthems of both the teams were playing after the toss, Cameron Green was standing away from his fellow Australian players. Its video had also surfaced. Let us tell you that Australia had defeated West Indies by 10 wickets in the first Test and in the Brisbane Test also, West Indies did not have a good start by batting first. The team had lost 5 wickets at the score of 64 runs.


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