NEW DELHI: Even as the Australian media keeps speaking about an examination of an alleged breach in the bio-bubble procedure by five Indian gamers– Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Prithvi Shaw, and Navdeep Saini– the Indian team has shut the outdoors world as it focuses on the 3rd Test between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, beginning with January 7.

Speaking with ANI, sources in the understand of developments in the group stated that reports in the media is not a concern for the gamers and they are leaving no stone unturned to get ready for the third Test as the series is level at 1-1.

” The kids have shut the outside world and they are not even taking a look at who is saying what. We are backing our belief that no procedure was broken and that is that. We are now looking at the third Test and the focus is on the next video game at the SCG. We desire to make it 2-1 by the time we leave the SCG at the end of the Test match,” the source stated.

Asked if there might be a case of the five players being stopped from playing the Pink Test, the source said: “We don’t want to enter if the matter was overplayed or not. We just understand that we want the 5 boys to be available for choice for the Sydney game and that is our only focus here.”

A see to a restaurant on Friday by India vice-captain Rohit, Shaw, Pant, Gill, and Saini has been exaggerated after a fan in a series of tweets declared that he had paid the bill of the Indian gamers at the restaurant. He also stated that he purchased additional food so might he view the gamers consuming in the restaurant. He went on to add that he had been hugged by Pant.

But on Saturday, he pressed out an explanation stating: “Pant never ever hugged me it was all stated in excitement we maintained social distance all thru J Apologies for miscommunication @BCCI @CricketAus @dailytelegraph (sic).”.

The Indian group is clear that it was an easy case of following all procedures and there was no factor to worry.

Sources in the understand of advancements in the team had stated on Saturday morning that the gamers had followed all security protocols and there was no requirement for any investigation as the fan had himself done a U-turn and said that there was no physical contact after at first claiming that Pant had actually hugged him.

” The kids had simply headed out to a dining establishment to get some food. They followed all the required procedures and their temperature level was inspected and proper sanitization was done prior to they rested on the table. There is no need to make a concern out of this. As for the entire concern of a fan being hugged by Pant, the fan has himself confessed that he had actually said that out of enjoyment,” the source pointed.

But the CA did issue a release later on Saturday that it was being investigated if the trip was a case of breach of bio-bubble procedures. In the meantime, the Indian team is expected to take a trip together to Sydney on Monday.