IND vs ENG: Edgbaston officials have apologized after the racism case came to light on the fourth day of the Test. And they have assured us that they will thoroughly investigate the matter at the earliest. He tweeted, ‘We are very sorry to read this and we strongly condemn such behavior.

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On the fourth day of the Test match in Birmingham, officials apologized to fans

IND vs ENG: A case of racism has come to the fore on the fourth day of the fifth decid test match being play between India and England. Some Indian fans alleged through social media that the fans of the England team had made racial remarks on the fourth day of the match. Following this, Edgbaston officials launched an investigation into serious allegations of racism during the fourth day of the Test match in Birmingham and apologized to fans.

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The ECB said in a statement after Day 4

We are very concerned to hear reports of racist abuse at today’s Test match. We are in contact with colleagues at Edgbaston who will investigate. There is no place for racism in cricket.”

I’m gutted by these reports as we’re working hard to make Edgbaston a safe, welcoming environment for all. Having seen the initial tweets, I’ve spoken personally to the gentleman who raised them.”

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Stuart Cain, chief executive at the stadium, added

We’re now speaking to the stewards in this area to establish what happened. Nobody should be subject to any form of abuse at Edgbaston. So, once we’ve got all the facts, we will make sure this issue is addressed swiftly.”

A fan was also quoted as saying

“Had an amazing three days watching Test cricket with some brilliant fans from both teams but today ruined the whole experience. Waited a long time for this Test match, what a sad ending,” a fan was also quoted as saying.