India Cricketers Unwind With Carrom Board, Card Games In Bio-Bubble
England, on the other hand, has been a bit more adventurous even visiting a golf course just a day after they lost the third Test inside three days. The golf course was also put in a bio-bubble for them with no one else allowed to visit the course.
But with the weather getting hot and the visitors getting hit by a sickness bug that is believed to be diarrhea, it is unlikely that they will be taking any more chances during their stay which is till March 20 when the last T20 International gets staged here.
India skipper Virat Kohli had said previously that a key benefit of playing overseas is that they are able to move around and sit in cafeterias and restaurants.
But even that has become unsafe during the times of Covid-19 restrictions as the Indian team found out recently while touring Australia.
Their pictures were put out on social media by a fan. It turned into a massive controversy before the matter was closed and teams allowed to travel to Sydney for the third Test.