According to reports, Indian wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant has tested positive for Covid-19. The star Indian batsman was seen clicking pictures with fans at Wembley stadium a few days back.
Pant was criticized by fans for not wearing a mask at such a crowded place and as it turns out, they were right. If reports are to be believed, Pant tested positive for Covid-19 but he is asymptomatic.
Earlier, along with Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah and Hanuma Vihari visited the Wembley Stadium to enjoy some Euro 2020 action. Even Ishant Sharma was seen exploring waterfall in the UK with his wife.
The Indian squad members, who had arrived in England in early June and had played the World Test Championship last month, were on a three-week break.
Some of the players, as well as coach Ravi Shastri, visited sporting events like Wimbledon and Euro 2020 in London during the break.
Many stayed with relatives and acquaintances and are said to have travelled around as the country opened up.
The Covid-19 positive case in the Indian team puts a question mark on the warm-up game that is being planned by the England and Wales Cricket (ECB) on Indian team's request ahead of the Test series that begins on August 4.
The England limited-overs squad too was affected by Covid-19 positive cases ahead of the recently-concluded ODI series against Pakistan, forcing the ECB to field a second string side