Australian cricketers are opening up on the COVID-19 controversy involving Indian players.

Australian cricketers are opening up on the COVID-19 controversy involving Indian players. During the last tour of Australia, Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini, and a couple of other players were accused of breaking the rules.

The visiting cricketers were seen sitting inside an eatery after the second Test win and were placed in isolation after the matter came into the limelight.

After the then captain Tim Paine, Pat Cummins has opined on the matter in the new docu-series, ‘Bando Mein Tha Dum’.

“It did annoy our players, especially the ones who had to spend a Christmas without their families. They were sacrificing quite a lot and to hear that the other team was flouting the rules and not taking it seriously was not nice .”

Meanwhile, the then Indian captain Ajinkya Rahane defended his players and said, “The players who appeared in the pictures were waiting for their takeaway order. Due to bad weather, they had to wait inside. The story that appeared in the news was wrong.”

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