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Wonderful! Were drinking beer with shoes, doing shameful act, drove 100 cricket fans from the stadium

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It is not long since that incident, when the Australian cricket team celebrated the victory of the T20 World Cup-2021 by drinking jam with shoes. The pictures had become very viral on social media. Now cricket fans tried to copy that moment. More than 100 fans were seen doing this at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium on the second day of the third Test of the Ashes series. Not only this, the fans who were intoxicated with beer were also seen doing shameful acts. Eventually the security personnel had to show him the way out.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Victorian police had to pull several spectators out of the MCG for drinking beer with shoes and abusing them. However, no one was arrested. It is noteworthy that the Australian team strengthened its position in the third consecutive Test. Because of this, about 70 thousand spectators reached the stadium to watch the match on the second day.

On the other hand, there was panic on the second day of the third Test being played in Melbourne when the game started half an hour late. It was found that four people in the England camp have been found to be Corona positive. Despite this the game continues unabated.

Corona in ashes: Bad news came on the second day of Melbourne Test, four members of England camp Corona positive
Host Cricket Australia has given information about the whole matter. The statement said that the rapid antigen report of two members of the support staff of the England team and two of their family members has come positive. In a hurry, the corona investigation of the entire team was done. It is a matter of relief that no player came positive, due to this testing process, there was a delay of half an hour in reaching the ground. Now as a precautionary measure, the entire squad will also have to undergo a PCR test during the game.

Officials have made it clear that these positive cases will not make any difference in the match and series. In the Australian province of Victoria, 1999 new cases were registered on Boxing Day. A record 6324 new cases of corona were reported in New South Wales. Earlier, Australia’s newly-appointed captain Pat Cummins has also come in contact with a Corona positive person and has been out of the Adelaide Test. Despite the report coming negative, he was forced to remain in isolation for seven days.

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