Indian cricket team violates ICC code of conduct?

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.*

The games like cricket always symbolized to show peace and played for the refreshment and entertainment but the Indian cricket team tried to politicize for wearing army caps during the ODI match.

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.