To honor the culture of the indigenous (indigenous) people before each series, the Australian players will stand barefoot on the field before the match and start in a circular position, which will start with the ODI series against India. Australia’s Test and ODI vice-captain Pat Cummins said his team found it the best way to deal with the problem of racism in their country and in the world.
Cummins said, “We have decided to stand barefoot in a circular position. We will do this at the beginning of each series. This is a very easy decision for us. Not only as a sport, but also in the case that we are totally against racism. ”He said,“ I think we can start by saying that we have not made enough efforts in the past and we better Want to be We can try to stop it at our level and get better. This is a small initiative that we are going to start this summer (upcoming season). ‘
Australian cricketers were criticized by West Indies cricketer Michael Holding for not bowing down to England in support of the ‘Black Lives Matter (BLM), which means black lives matter’ movement.