Good news for the Indian team ahead of the third Test in Sydney. On Sunday, corona samples were tested to allay fears about the physical well-being of members of the Indian team. And in that test, everyone’s corona report came negative.
The five cricketers, including Rohit Panth, who were accused of not following Corona’s hygiene rules, also received negative reports. This has been informed by the Board of India.
The last one week since the tour of Australia was probably the most difficult for the Indian team. The names of five Indian cricketers involved in the controversy on New Year’s Day. Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Panth and Shubhaman Gill were accused of breaking Corona’s hygiene rules while eating at a restaurant in Melbourne.
Although the Indian board sided with the players in the debate, Cricket Australia made a strong statement. Even Aji ministers open their mouths. The Aussie media also slammed Indian cricketers for their harsh criticism. A month ago, it was alleged that Kohli and Pandya also broke the tax code.
However, before the third Test, Aussie Media is doing this to crack the minds of Indian cricketers, sports experts claim. After that, however, the board informed that on January 3, all the members of the Indian Test team and the support staff underwent the RTPCR test. And everyone’s report is negative.