Australia vs India: Five Indian Players Under The Radar For Secretly Breaching The Bio Bubble

Australia vs India: Five Indian Players Under The Radar For Secretly Breaching The Bio Bubble

Ajinkya Rahane, India
India. (Credits: Twitter)

Team India’s, five players are currently under the radar for violating the bio-bubbles established by Cricket Australia (CA) for the ongoing series. Notably, Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Prithvi Shaw and Navdeep Saini were spotted by an Indian fan on Friday eating at the Secret Kitchen restaurant at Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne.

The India National Cricket Team is currently in Australia for the Border-Gavaskar trophy. The Australians beat the Indians in the first Test as the visitors faced humiliation in Adelaide, However, the Indian Cricket Team bounced back in the Boxing Day Test as they won the second Test by a handsome margin.

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Five Of Team India’s Players Under The Radar For Possible Breach Of The Bio-Bubble

The fan, Navaldeep Singh, generously paid their $118.69 bill – the “least I can do for my superstars” – according to his now-viral posts on social media. Navdeep later went on to say that Rishabh Pant hugged him afterwards. BCCI and Cricket Australia raised their eyebrows after this statement.

Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul,
Rishabh Pant. Photo Credit: BCCI.

Later on, the fan declined his statement stating that it was all said in fun and excitement. On Saturday tweeted: “Clarification – Pant never hugged me it was all said in excitement we maintained social distance all thru:) Apologies for miscommunication”.

The biosecurity restrictions for this tour are believed to allow for players to eat at outdoor restaurants, but the footage of the players shared by Singh appears to show the group eating indoors. These four players from team India are now under the radar of both the boards.

The Indian Team To Take On Australia In The Third Test In Sydney

India and Australia will collide in the third Test from January 7 at Sydney. Star Indian opener, Rohit Sharma will join the side from the third Test. Australian opener David Warner will also join the side from the third Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy. T  Natarajan looks a definite addition to the side too.

Indian cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

The Ajinkya Rahane led team now looks to seem the favourites to win the Border-Gavaskar trophy. Rohit Sharma will now have a lot of responsibility on his shoulders after being named the vice-captain.

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