ICC Informs BCCI for Players to Follow Protocol

ICC Informs BCCI for Players to Follow Protocol

ICC Informs BCCI for Players to Follow Protocol

ICC wants Team India to follow tournament mixed media zone protocol

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have written a letter to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and their team management about following tournament protocol of sending team players to a mixed media zone after a match. ICC have also informed Team India’s head coach Ravi Shastri about this problem.

This comes after India’s warm-up match 4 against New Zealand where they lost to the Kiwis by six wickets. Only a few Kiwis attended a mixed media zone after the match while no Men in Blue player participated.

ICC is worried that India’s non-participation would cause other teams to not participate in a mixed media zone after games.

India’s team management announced they would spare a few of their players following their match against South Africa on June 5 for a mixed media interaction.

This World Cup mixed media zone practice started in the 2017 Champions Trophy and has been continued in other major international tournaments.

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