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Five major controversies around Rohit Sharma in recent times



Five Indian players namely Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini, and Prithvi Shaw are in trouble after being suspected of a potential bio-bubble breach. The incident has created new controversy around the Indian Cricket team.

Indian right-handed batsman Rohit Sharma is the main suspect in the controversy as he is the only senior member of the squad among the five isolated players. The Indian batsman is facing trolls and criticisms after the potential breach of the bio bubble.

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This is not the first time, Rohit Sharma finding himself amidst a controversy. Even before the start of this tour, the Mumbai batsman was in a controversy regarding his injury. Like that, he involved in some controversial social media posts too. Let’s have a look at five instances where the batsman found himself in controversy.

1.  Potential breach of bio bubble

Indian players suspected of bubble breach



As stated above, it is the major news going on around the Indian cricket team. Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini, and Prithvi Shaw were seen seated indoors at Secret Kitchen, a noodles, and BBQ restaurant at Chadstone Shopping Centre. There they had interactions with a fan called Navaldeep Singh.

The fan posted the video of players having a food date there and it is suspected as a potential bio bubble breach. As an immediate result, the five players have been put into isolation until further notice. If something goes wrong, there are possibilities of banning the five players for the third Test at SCG. In such circumstances, the visiting team will be in big trouble.

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