Officials from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) allegedly took issue with Virat Kohli for posting his Yo-Yo fitness test results on social media.
“The relief of completing the dreadful cones exam with a yo-yo. 17.2 completed,” said Kohli on Thursday on his Instagram handle.
While Kohli’s score, which was far higher than the required par of 16.5, generated excitement among his supporters, the BCCI acted quickly to remind the 34-year-old and his team of the Yo-Yo findings’ confidentiality.
Shanto does best on the Yo-Yo fitness test.
“Players have been orally advised to refrain from publishing any private information on social media channels. A BCCI official was reported by Indian Express as stating, “They may share images while practicing, but publishing a score results in a violation of contract provision.
Unaffiliated with the Ireland visit, certain members of the India team for the rapidly approaching Asia Cup have been attending a training camp in Bengaluru.