The bulk of the Indian players skipped lunch on Tuesday at the Sydney Cricket Ground, but the International Cricket Council (ICC) stated it is looking into the situation and pledged to resolve it quickly. After their practice session at the SCG, Rohit Sharma and the company were disappointed to find just fruits, cold sandwiches, and falafel. You can be sure that the Indian cricketers, who are used to eating a big, scrumptious supper after working out in the nets for close to three hours, were not pleased with the menu. The majority of the Indian cricketers chose to return to the hotel for a full supper, but several did take falafel and fruits.

Unofficially, the BCCI expressed their unhappiness to the ICC. “Yes, the Indian team has informed us of their problems with the post-practice meal. We are investigating it, and a solution will be found “a source from the ICC told PTI.

Notably, the ICC, not the host organization, is in charge of providing food and housing during the World Cup. “It’s not a boycott, for example. Although some players bought fruits and falafel, everyone wanted to have lunch, therefore they all ate after returning to the hotel “An anonymous BCCI official with knowledge of the situation said to PTI.

“The issue is that there is no hot food available from the ICC afternoon. The host association is in charge of catering in a bilateral series, and they always provide hot Indian dinners after a training session. However, for the ICC, the standard applies to all nations, “The official continued.

The change of events also elicited criticism from former India opener Virender Sehwag, who without identifying anybody made fun of the friendliness of western nations.

Suryakumar Yadav was the only Indian batter not present at India’s lone practice session before to their upcoming Super 12 match against the Netherlands. Since the allocated practice location is roughly 40 kilometers from Sydney and the players would rather not go that far a day before the match, the Indian team opted not to train on Wednesday.

Hardik Pandya and Axar Patel, two all-rounders, were also absent, and all the fast bowlers chose to rest during the optional training session.

It must be noted that following a tense encounter against Pakistan in Melbourne, India traveled for almost five hours to arrive in Sydney. Paras Mahmbrey, an Indian bowler, said that the group m