Moeen Ali has urged cricket to learn from the very different experiences of Ollie Robinson and Azeem Rafiq — and ensure the sport never has to endure a repeat of the racial controversies that have marred the past year.
The England all-rounder also rubbished the notion that the 'P-word' could ever be dismissed as banter, as Yorkshire's investigation into Rafiq's allegations suggested.
Robinson apologised over the summer when racist and sexist tweets he had written a decade ago resurfaced on his first day as a Test cricketer.
Moeen Ali has rubbished the notion that the 'P-word' could ever be dismissed as banter
He urged cricket to learn from the experiences of Ollie Robinson (L) and Azeem