Tim Paine Comment on Indian Cricketers: “4-5 Guys Put Whole Test Series At Risk”
India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy for 2020–21 after defeating Australia 2-1.
One of the most memorable Test series was the 2020–21 Border–Gavaskar Trophy. In which an injured India rallied to defeat Australia in their own territory. Team India excelled at outlasting the hosts because of Ajinkya Rahane’s inspiring leadership. Before the third Test in Sydney, a couple of the Indian stars were requested to stay in the hotel after they were spotted at a restaurant. The series had a good amount of drama overall.
A video of players including Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, and Navdeep Saini eating at a restaurant gained popularity on social media after the triumph in Melbourne.
These athletes were available for Sydney’s third Test after testing negative for COVID-19 after staying indoors in their accommodation.
Former Australia captain Tim Paine talked about the incident in the Voot Select documentary “Bandon Me Tha Dum.” They put the entire Test series in jeopardy, those four or five individuals. what motive? To be honest, I simply find that extremely self-centered for a bowl of Nando’s chips or wherever they went.
Also mentioned was pacer Pat Cummins! How some Australian athletes were furious when they allegedly witnessed Indian stars “flouting the rules.”
“Many of the boys, especially those who had to spend Christmas away from their family, found it annoying. observing the trip and observing the other team breaching the rules Furthermore, not taking it seriously required a great deal of sacrifice, Cummins said.
So, According to Ajinkya Rahane, who had led India in that series, Australia engaged in mind games after losing the Melbourne Test. He further asserted that it was utterly false to report that Indian players had violated Covid regulations.
The players seen in the pictures were only waiting for their takeaway, in actuality. Due of the bad weather, they had to wait inside. The news story that was printed was wholly untrue. When flying from Melbourne to Sydney, nobody is permitted to leave the hotel. You have to go through quarantine, according to the Australian Cricket Board. In the outside world, especially in Sydney, everything appeared usual. There was no lockdown and everyone was allowed to move about; the players were only asked to stay inside. in light of what happened in Melbourne, in particular. We were clear that Australia had started to manipulate us, Rahane said.