new Delhi: Former Team India batsman VVS Laxman has said that he is against the code’s interaction with the dressing room by the team members during a match. England captain Eoin Morgan was seen interacting with the dressing room using placards during the T20 series against South Africa.
England captain Eoin Morgan (Eoin Morgan) During the third T20 match played against South Africa, a message was sent in code word from the dressing room. During the match, when the England team was fielding in the 19th over. Then the analyst of the English team, Nathan Leamon, was sitting in the dressing room and showing some numbers and words cards from the balcony. Which was written 4E and 2C.
Laxman (VVS Laxman) has said that, ‘usually in T20 cricket if the captain needs to make a decision, he discusses it with the coach or support staff or a senior player and then a The captain usually decides.
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He said, ‘But if this conversation (using placards) is a part of the rule, then I believe it is not right, because you want the captain to play his role, the other was you don’t need a captain. Otherwise, the team can be run in the same way as in football, the manager runs the team from outside ‘.
Please tell that Morgan said in his defense that before doing this, he got permission from the match referee. But former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar questioned whether the referee had discussed the matter with the International Cricket Council (ICC) before doing so.