Times of India – An advance party from the BCCI that travelled to Australia two weeks ago to prep for the forthcoming November tour, has recommended to Cricket Australia that beef be struck off the Indian team’s menu.

Summary

  • An advance party from the BCCI that travelled to Australia two weeks ago to prep for the forthcoming November tour, has recommended to Cricket Australia that beef be struck off the Indian team’s menu.
  • “A well-earned lunch for #TeamIndia,” the tweet mentioned.
  • With TV coverage going beyond the grounds and into the players’ lunch rooms, and journalists having access to the menus served at the grounds, the last thing the BCCI and Team India need is a debate on whatIndian players should and shouldn’t eat.
  • A source close to the inspection team told Mirror, “Players often complain about the blandness of food served in Australia.
  • The inspection team has also roped in an Indian restaurant in Australia to supply curries to the boys.”


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