Gay comment of West Indies's Gabriel on the route of England
ICC ban on Gabriel for four ODIs
Grass Islet. West Indian fast bowler Shane Gabriel has unconditionally apologized for the comments made by England captain Joe Root during the third and final Test match played against England in St. Lucia. Gabriel was banned for four ODIs because of this comment.
I was constantly watching the route during bowling: Gabriel
Gabriel said, "We were fond of the match when the match was stuck between us. When I was going to bowl then the Route was being constantly watching me. I told him why you are smiling at me, do you like boys? However, all these stumps have not been recorded in the mic. "
He said, "When Root said that do not use it as an insult, there is nothing wrong in being gay. His statement was recorded by Stumps Mike. After this I replied that I have nothing to do with it, but you do not laugh like that. "
Gabriel said, "Some of the conversations between us were recorded in the Stumps Mike, but I apologize to the Route and the entire Cricket Community unconditionally. I am happy that there is no mutual hatred among us. Whatever I said was just ridicule, which sometimes happens during the game. "
It is noteworthy that Gabriel accepted the allegations made on him, due to which he was suspended from the four ODIs for using abusive language under Article 2.13 of ICC Code of Conduct, and he also fined 75 percent of the match fee. imposed on.