Indian cricket team violates ICC code of conduct?
*RANCHI – The Indian cricket team – wearing army caps to show solidarity with the armed forces – on Friday violated the ICC code of conduct in International ODI against Australia.*
It is worth mentioning here that in an unprecedented move, the Indian cricket team wore army caps to ‘pay tribute’ to the victims of Pulwama incident and the Indian army, it might *actually be a breach of the ICC code of conduct.*
Meanwhile, after badly defeat in the field of war, the Indian cricket team came to the ground of sports wearing the camouflage caps in the third ODI against Australia. However, *Indian team wearing the camouflage caps was also defeated by Australian team in the ground. Australia beat India by 32 runs.*
Australia beat India by 32 runs in the third one-day international in Ranchi on Friday to keep the five-match series alive.
Fast bowlers Pat Cummins, Jhye Richardson and leg-spinner Adam Zampa took three wickets each to dismiss the hosts for 281 in 48.2 overs. Australia made 313-5 in their 50 overs.