💬"There is no room for racism, there is no room for online hate; it has ruined his biggest day as a professional cricketer."💬@NasserCricket reacts to the news of historical, offensive tweets from Ollie Robinson in 2012 that spoilt his England Test debut.
Speaking on Sky Sports in the wake of the episode, Hussain hoped that it would act as a lesson to other professionals and burgeoning youngsters.
"It is a lesson really that if you're in and around the team treat anything you do on social media as if you're doing a press conference," he said.
"If you're going to wear t-shirts about online hate and abuse, anti-sexism and anti-racism you just can't be doing this. It is just not good enough and it is just not on.
"It is a good lesson for anyone out there with social media. When you do this sort of stuff and you put it out there whether it be after a few beers after 4am in the morning, it is out there for good.
"There is no room for racism, there is no room for online hate, there is no room for being a keyboard warrior at 4am because you've had a few beers. It is not acceptable. He is an 18-year-old lad who has made mistakes and we've all made mistakes and it has ruined his biggest day as a professional cricketer.
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