IND vs SA: Ruduraj dismisses ‘ground employee who came to take selfie’: Video goes viral … Wrong according to rules!

The South African team that came to India played in the five-match T20 series.

South Africa won the first two matches and suffered a series of defeats in the next two matches. As the series drew 2-2, the last match at the Chinnachamy Stadium in Bangalore was highly anticipated.

However, the match was postponed for 50 minutes due to rain a few minutes before the first bowling.

Rudraj dismisses:

Then openers Rudraj Kejriwal and Ishan Kishan were sitting in the duck out. One of the ground staff who came there, suddenly sat near Ruduraj and tried to take Selpi. But, Rudraj Kejriwal pushed the employee away and covered his face.

Rule wrong:

The manner in which the employee behaved was legally wrong. Under the ICC rules, which came into force in 2018, players must not wear a cell phone or smartwatch until after the match, before tossing to avoid match-fixing. Should be handed over to team management. This rule also applies to ground staff. They should not use the cell phone until the end of the match. Do not go and talk to players in person.

If that happened then we would all be in for a rude awakening. Because of this, Ruduraj is believed to have pushed the employee away and covered his face.

Game Cancel:

The match then started with openers Rudraj Kejriwal and Ishant Kishan missing and returning to the pavilion. When India were 28/2 in 3.3 overs, the game was stopped again due to rain. The match was then declared canceled and the trophy was distributed to both sides.

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