"I didn't know very what to make of it since it appeared to be genuinely innocuous (remarks). I haven't seen the scene, simply perused reports about it. It seemed minimal unseemly what they were discussing however I think the boycott was somewhat ludicrous," Allan Border on Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul contention.
India cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul ended up in a fairly strange circumstance in the wake of making 'misogynist' remarks in a scene of Koffee with Karan. The pair have been suspended until the Committee of Administrators (CoA) choose a discipline for the cricketers. Previous Australia skipper Allan Border feels that the response of restricting the players is somewhat ludicrous.
"I didn't know very what to make of it since it appeared to be genuinely innocuous (remarks). I haven't seen the scene, simply perused reports about it. It seemed minimal unseemly what they were discussing however I think the boycott was somewhat ludicrous," Border revealed to The Indian Express.
Fringe said that he feels frustrated about the cricketers and feels that the players ought to be media-prepared before they show up on national TV.
"In this time of internet based life, things simply leave hand. I feel frustrated about the youthful guys, they've took in a hard exercise. I think youthful sportsmen these days, I guess should be media-prepared in light of the fact that the smallest seemingly insignificant detail can be made a huge deal about," included Border.
The previous Australian captain communicated that the cricketers should be aware of the positives and negatives of web based life.
"What goes via web-based networking media, doesn't need to be fundamentally unquestionably the 100% truth. Once in a while it just develops legs on all sides and goes off on every extraordinary digression. So I surmise youthful competitors should be aware of that. The wonder of internet based life, has its great parts yet in addition its negatives. In any case, indeed, I think they've took in their exercise," said Border.
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