Australia is facing one of its most devastating bushfire crisis which has already left at least 18 people dead and several injured.
On Thursday, Yuvraj Singh, the World Cup winner in India and the World Cup winner, described the tragic forest fires in Australia as tragic and said it was time to act against the serious problem of climate change.
Australia faces one of the most devastating forest fire crises that has already left at least 18 people dead.
In the context of this critical situation, Australia will be presented to New Zealand in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), which begins on Friday.
After Australian player David Warner, who shared a photo of a person with a dog watching devastating forest fires, and praised firefighters and volunteers, Yuvraj turned to Twitter to express his sympathy for those affected by the tragedy.
“Australia has burned more than 12 million acres this season, it is not even in the middle of the peak season. The tragic news about #bushfiresAustralia has lost 480 million animals. This is the height of climate change, it is time to take some measures. Pray for all those affected,” Yuvraj wrote. On his Twitter account with a series of pictures of the tragedy.
Upset bout this situation, cricketers from Australia and New Zealand decided to wear black bracelets on the opening day of the third test here on Friday as a sign of respect for firefighters trying to extinguish the flames.
Cricket Australia has already announced that the next ODI series will be used in March against New Zealand to raise funds that will go to the Australian Red Cross relief and recovery fund for the rehabilitation of those affected.
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