ICC World Cup 2019: The Reason Why Media is Upset with Kohli Army Before Match

A press conference was organized on behalf of Team India on Monday. But the media expelled from the press conference by not being present at the player's press conference by the team.

The Reason Why Media is Upset with Kohli Army Before Match
The Reason Why Media is Upset with Kohli Army Before Match

In the 2019 World Cup in England, Kohli’s army will play their first match against South Africa on June 5. A surprise news comes out before this match. A press conference was organized on behalf of Team India on Monday. But the media expelled from the press conference by not being present at the player’s press conference by the team. It is also important to know here that the media had not been informed about who will talk at the press conference on behalf of the team.

Indeed, during the Cricket World Cup 2019, a protocol has been prepared by the ICC, under which all the teams have to give information to the media every day. It also provides information about the team’s practice as well as during the press conference. On Monday, Team India had to have a press conference in Southampton. But no team member came for it.

According to media reports, a BCCI official told the media gathered for the press conference that if the team did not play a single match in the World Cup then what would they talk to the media? However, on behalf of the team management, it was also said that Deepak Chahar and Prashant Khan, the fast bowlers who came to practice, can talk to the media. After this, the angry media boycotted the press conference of Team India.

Let India know that on 24th May, the team of India had stepped into the World Cup on England soil. Since then, only one player KL Rahul has talked to the media. Rahul talked to the media after making a century in practice match against Bangladesh. Since then, 6 days have passed and Team India has also passed through many practice sessions, despite this, no member of the team has spoken to the media.

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