Highlights

  • We had told the players to stay careful: BCCI source to ANI
  • There is no bio-bubble in place for the England tour
  • Many players were seen clicking pictures with fans and even signing autographs

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Members of the Indian Test squad roaming in public and clicking pictures with fans in England haven't gone down well with the BCCI. After Rohit Sharma tested positive for Covid-19, the board has once again asked the players to take precautions.

A BCCI source told ANI that the board scolded some players over their habit of hanging out in public. 'We had told the players to stay careful but they still often roamed around in the city which is not required,' added the source.

Though there is no bio-bubble in place for the England tour but the BCCI had urged the players to take all possible precautions themselves. However, many players were seen clicking pictures with fans and even signing autographs, which put off the Indian board.

Since Rohit is now isolating, Jasprit Bumrah is likely to lead India in the Birmingham Test starting July 1.

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