Australian cricketer Steve Smith has claimed responsibility for ball tampering in the third Test against South Africa. Steve Smith, who had been banned for one year after trial in ball tampering case, arrived in Australia on Thursday. Smith, along with his father, spoke to the media in Sydney. "I have the responsibility to complete the ball tampering. Smith was embarrassed as a captain, "Smith said with emotion.
It's a lesson for all of them. I know, I'm worried about this ball tampering. At this time I would like to regain honor and forgiveness, "the former head of the Australian said.
"Cricket in the world is the best game. That's my life. But I hope it will continue my life again. I'm sorry. I missed a lot, "he said.
"I do not want to put up with anyone. We are the responsibility of the captain to take care of all of us. I am responsible for everything that happened on Saturday game. " At this time Smith became very sad. "He said that he wants to be forgiven. The 28-year-old player has said that he loves cricket so much that he is apologizing to the Australian fans and the audience.