Melbourne (Australia): Amid the probe into a possible bubble breach, Indian players and staffs have been cleared of Covid 19 tests.
BCCI in a statement on Monday said that the test results of all have returned negative. This is after five Indian players were isolated suspecting a possible bubble breach after they were seen eating in a indoor restaurant in Australia on the New Year’s eve.
According to the rules set by Cricket Australia, players are allowed to sit outside but not allowed to dine inside restaurants.
Meanwhile the BCCI made no comment on the investigation into the five cricketers. The players namely Vice captain Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini and Prithvi Shaw was isolated from the main squad after a video of them dining at an indoor venue in Australia came out.
Earlier the week, a fan in a series of tweets claimed that he had paid the bill of the Indian players in the restaurant and that he had been hugged by Rishabh Pant.