Melbourne: Five cricketers – Vice Captain Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Rishabh Pant (India) despite being watched due to Cricket Australia’s violation of the biosafety bubble. ), Navdeep Saini and Prithvi Shaw were not banned in the third test match played at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Video of these five players eating food at a restaurant in Melbourne went viral after which BCCI and Cricket Australia began their investigation and sent the five players to solitary confinement.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald report, the BCCI will take a practical approach in this regard and impose fines on the five actors for violating the biosafety protocol. Cricket Australia cannot punish these players because these players are not its employees.
The Indian team took two buses on Sunday to go to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday. The team, however, organized a gym session because their workout was canceled due to the rain.
The biggest controversy in cricket history between India and Australia, the whole team refused to play
According to the report, Gill boarded the team bus and returned with the rest of the team members. The team spokesperson, however, said the Indian team was following social distancing rules.
According to the report, this is not the first time that Indian players have violated the Bio Secure protocol. Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya posed in a Sydney store in early December.
There are also reports that the Indian team does not want to go for the final test match in Brisbane due to the strict lockdown rules implemented by the Queensland government.
The Queensland government has said if the Indian team does not follow the rules, they will not come to play.
Please say the four game streak is 1-1 at the moment. The third game of the series will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) from January 7.