India bad habit chief Rohit Sharma gave his assessment on the Mahendra Singh Dhoni glove discussion in front of the group's blockbuster challenge against Australia at the Oval on Saturday.
"I have no clue about it by any means. I am not the skipper I don't have the foggiest idea what's going on with that and have nothing to state about it. We should perceive what happens tomorrow (Sunday)," Rohit said during the pre-coordinate meeting on the eve of the match against Australia.
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had guarded Dhoni after he donned a blade logo on his green gloves in India's success over South Africa on Wednesday.
Dhoni is a privileged lieutenant colonel in India's Parachute Regiment and the BCCI kept in touch with the International Cricket Council requesting leeway for their star to continue wearing the gloves.
Be that as it may, the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday denied authorization to permit MS Dhoni to keep donning the "Balidaan Badge" on his wicket-keeping gloves.
"The ICC has reacted to the BCCI to affirm the logo shown by MS Dhoni in the past match isn't allowed to be worn on his wicket-keeping gloves at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019," the ICC statement read.
"The guidelines for ICC occasions don't allow any individual message or logo to be shown on any things of apparel or gear. Furthermore, the logo likewise ruptures the guidelines in connection to what is allowed on wicketkeeper gloves," it included.