The leader of England, Eoin Morgan, refused to mock the Indians in historical tweets, saying that the posts had been “withdrawn”.
Morgan and White Ball vice-president Jos Buttler have been accused of mocking the use of the English language in tweets in 2017 and 2018 that showed the use of the word “sir”.
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“I do not think much about it,” Morgan said. “If I call someone ‘sir’ on social media or anywhere in the world, it ‘s a sign of admiration and respect.
“If this has nothing to do with content, I can not control it or do it.
“So I have not considered it.”
Reuters asked for comments from England and Wales Cricket Governing Council (ECB).
Fast bowler Ollie Robinson has been postponed by the ECB from all over the world cricket pending a search for old racist and sexist tweets.
Following the incident, the ECB said it would reconsider players’ use of social media to address past issues and remind them of their responsibilities.