Rohit Sharma tweet question to BCCI
A recent photo of the Indian cricket team visiting the Indian High Commission in London by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) received a huge backlash.
After the national cricket body that it would not allow WAGs (wives and girlfriends) of players, the presence of Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma in the picture raised a lot of eyebrows. Twitterati soon hit back at BCCI for its double standards over the treatment of other players’ WAGS.
As per BCCI’s latest rule, WAGs will only be allowed to be with the cricketers for 14 days during the entire UK tour. While it’s up to every individual on how they decide to choose it, they will only be allowed after the 3rd Test which ends on August 22 at Nottingham.