Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul may not fetch a lot assist from the cricket fraternity for his or her indecent feedback on a TV present, however former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has backed the duo and stated “individuals make errors.” Ganguly additional burdened on his level by saying, “we’re all human beings and it isn’t obligatory that the whole lot we do comes out completely”. The 46-year-old Ganguly additionally stated they need to transfer on from right here and ensure they do not repeat such a mistake once more.

“I have never watched that episode. I watch ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’. Jokes aside, I really feel that you may’t generalise that solely modern-day cricketers ought to behave responsibly. Folks make errors. Let’s not get too far into that,” Ganguly stated.

“I’m certain whoever has accomplished it’s going to realise that and are available out as a greater individual. We’re all human beings. We’re not machines that the whole lot you set in comes out good. You could have simply obtained to stay life and let others stay. They’re accountable individuals. They could be position fashions however they’re below strain on a regular basis to carry out,” he added.

“Sure issues occur in life and as everybody, we must always transfer on and guarantee that it would not occur once more.”

Ganguly additionally stated that modern-day cricketers are accountable and Virat Kohli is a implausible position mannequin for a similar.

“I really feel modern-day cricketers are additionally accountable, disciplined and obedient. In life, sure issues occur and also you make some errors so, let’s not get too far into that. Take a look at Virat Kohli, he’s such a implausible position mannequin. India is a lucky nation. Each technology produces gamers who all of us cherish,” Ganguly stated.

Pandya and Rahul had been slammed over their feedback. Regardless of an apology to followers and their very own teammates, Pandya and Rahul had been suspended by the BCCI and ousted from a three-match ODI collection in opposition to Australia in Sydney.

(With IANS inputs)


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