Sanjay Manjrekar commented on the strict quarantine rules during the fourth Test match in Brisbane.
During the Test series between India and Australia, the controversy over the strict rules of bio-bubble continued to grow. It is said that the Indian team does not want to play in Brisbane, Queensland due to strict rules of match management. In the present case, the statement of Sanjay Manjrekar (Sanjay Manjrekar) has been published, which is like adding fuel to the fire. Read more – India v Australia: Who will open with Rohit Sharma in Sydney Test! Shubhaman Gill or Mayank Agarwal
Sanjay Manjrekar (Sanjay Manjrekar) has given his reaction on this issue through social media. He wrote, “It’s really easy. Either you get yourself out of the selection process. Otherwise follow the rules of segregation. You can’t put the two things together.” Read more – IND vs ASS 3rd Test Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch India-Australia 3rd Test Live Online
The third match between India and Australia will be played at the Gabba Ground in Brisbane, Queensland. Team India does not want to play there because the rules on bio-bubble and segregation in Brisbane are very strict. A minister in the Queensland government recently issued a statement saying that Indian cricket teams do not need to be there if they cannot comply with strict safety rules. Read more – Sydney Test: T Natarajan may make his Test debut in Sydney against Australia, hints
It’s really quite simple. Either disqualify yourself for selection or once selected bio-bubbles and respect strict protocols. It can’t exist either way.#IndvsAUSTest
– Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjoymanjrekar) January 4, 2021
The Indian team players are already facing charges of violating the bio-bubble rules in Melbourne. After the matter came to light, Rohit Sharma, Prithvi Shaw, Habshav Pant, Navadis Saini, Shubhaman Gill were isolated. However, it is said that they have now been allowed to play in the Sydney Test.