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Indian Team Was Wronged: Anil Kumble Looks Back At Controversial 2008 Australia Tour

Aug 01, 2020 PTI

India's tour of Australia in 2008 was marred by the infamous Monkeygate scandal during the Sydney Test where off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was handed a three-match ban by the ICC for allegedly racially abusing Andrew Symonds

Monkeygate Was Lowest Point Of My Captaincy: Ricky Ponting

Mar 18, 2020 PTI

The scandal unfolded when senior Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was charged with racially abusing Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds during the second Test at Sydney


Monkeygate: Harbhajan Singh Denies Apologising To Andrew Symonds

A decade on from the ugly incident in the 2008 Sydney Test, where Harbhajan was accused of calling Symonds a "monkey", the Australian said they emotionally called a truce three years later.

Monkeygate: Andrew Symonds Reveals How Harbhajan Singh Episode Triggered His Downfall

Nov 02, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The purported incident was widely reported to have happened at the end of the 116th over of India's first innings on Day 3 (January 4) of an intensely competitive match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.


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