Twitter Blasts Team India Players For Ordering Beef At Melbourne Restaurant

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It all started after a random Twitter user shared pictures of Team India players, comprising Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Prithvi Shaw and Navdeep Saini, and claimed to have paid their bill as well as hugged Pant during his interaction.

"The matter is being blown out of proportion".

Ahead of the third Test against Australia, Team India is leaving no stone unturned to ensure utmost sharpness on the field having levelled the series.

"We all knew we were going to get some curveballs and this is just one of them". They realise it's for their safety and well-being.

".on the advice of the Australian and Indian medical teams, the aforementioned players have been placed in isolation as a precaution".

CA released a statement on Saturday night, saying that both it and the Board of Control for Cricket in India are seeking to determine whether the outing constitutes a breach of biosecurity protocols.

It is the latest development in a dramatic 24 hours for the series in which five Indian players were placed in isolation after coming under investigation for a suspected breach of CA's COVID-19 protocols for squad members and team staff.

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The supporter, who paid the players' bill and posted the video on social media, initially said wicketkeeper Pant had given him a hug but later said that had not happened and there had been social distancing.

The acting Premier of New South Wales state, John Barilaro, told reporters on Sunday that the government was focusing on staging the third Test safely in front of a crowd of up to 20,000 fans. "This will include separating the group of players from the broader Indian and Australian squads when traveling and at the training venue". The Indian fan also claimed that he has picked up the tab for Indian cricketers.

CA's strict biosecurity guidelines dictate players should only dine in public outdoors, but the Indian quintet is seemingly indoors without masks.

Sydney, which at one stage looked like losing the third Test to Melbourne, would be the most likely beneficiary if it was made a decision to move the fourth match from Brisbane.

The Indians were given a freer lease of life when they came out of their hotel quarantine on November 26. It is unclear if the BCCI has also agreed to these restrictions.

India's players underwent 14 days of strict quarantine after their arrival in Australia but have since enjoyed more freedom while preparing for and playing matches in Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne. He was named vice-captain after a conference call that featured the team management and Chetan Sharma, the newly appointed chairman of the selection committee.

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