Australian cricketers were abused in the West Indies to listen
Kingston: Australian cricket in the West Indies fell to listen abuses, in Kingston, Australia surrounded by fans seeking free tickets. A day before the start of the second test came when the players after practice nets were coming out of the dressing room while, at the same time some people went inside the stadium. And Australia have cordoned off the previous day test starting tickets were sought. Marsh, for its part on the Livid some complimentary tickets given to the players before the start grabbing. This forward player who walked with them.
Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh from the repeatedly demanded, while they already have their tickets were distributed. This boarded the bus tickets so not a loud voice to the Australian players were abusing.
The name of the security inside the stadium, there were only 2 cop. Seems helpless in front of the group later said captain Michael Clarke not bother us but the whole incident has focused attention on the game