One outing, two controversies! Even before the ‘hugging-a-fan’ by Rishabh Pant controversy doused, there is another problem for the Indian players. After the shots of the bill at a Melbourne restaurant surfaced on the social space, fans spotted that Indian players had consumed pork and beef during the meal.Also Read - India Tour of South Africa: All You Need to Know About the World Class Bio-Secure Arrangements Assured by Cricket South Africa

It was a fan video that sparked all the controversy. Meanwhile, Cricket Australia (CA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are investigating the video and seeking whether there was a breach of biosecurity protocols. BCCI claims that there has been no such breach and is ready to stand with their players. Also Read - 2nd Test: India A Restrict South Africa A to 233/7 on Day 1

Meanwhile, the act of consuming pork and beef did not go down well with the fans – who slammed the cricketers. Also Read - Chris Gayle Blames T20 Openers For Killing the Entertainment in T20 Cricket

All five players – Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Navdeep Saini, Shubman Gill, and Prithvi Shaw – have been put in isolation for breaching the bio-security bubble.

The third Test takes place on January 7 in Sydney Cricket Ground and it is expected to be a humdinger.