Nottingham. Coming back from suspension due to old racist tweets, pacer Ollie Robinson, who took a five-wicket haul against India, called it the toughest phase of his life, saying he doubted if he would ever play for England again. .
Oli was banned for eight matches for a decade-old racist tweet. He has been out of 3 of these matches, but after his apology, he has returned to the team. He said after the third day’s play that there was a time when I was talking to my lawyers and we felt that I would not be able to play for England again.
There was doubt about the career
He said that in a few years I will be 30 and someone else will take my place. I was skeptical about my career, but glad that everything went well today. About that period he said that those were my toughest few weeks in cricket.
Maybe in my life. It affected not only me but also the family. He said that I have matured a lot from that incident. I have learned a lot. I am also a father and try to do my best. India scored 278 runs in the first innings in response to England’s 183 runs in the first test match. In this way he got a lead of 95 runs. At the end of the third day’s play, England had scored 25 runs without a wicket in the second innings.