London: when it comes to cricket and patriotism, the zeal of the Indian Phoenix is no match. Whether the cricketers worship like God or go down in support of the army. But there has been a controversy since Thursday that has added respect for cricket and the army. The ICC has given a decree to remove the symbol of the sacrifice badge of para military force on the gloves of MS Dhoni.
Now, on the ICC's decision, people say that when the players can pray in the field before the match, then what is wrong with the gloves. They are not willing to accept that, and they have now linked it with the honour of the army. It is noteworthy that MS Dhoni is the honorary Lieutenant colonel in the Territorial Army. In such a way, they have the authority officially to use this badge. So Dhoni, showing respect for the army, made a sacrifice medal mark on his wicketkeeping gloves. When Faience came to know, everyone began praising Dhoni.
But the International Cricket Council (ICC) did not embrace it. ICC has written to BCCI appealing to MS Dhoni not to use this gloves. Which has triggered a big debate on the cricketing world, social media. On social media, some people are posting pictures of the Pakistani team, where the players are praying on the field. People are questioning if an entire team can express their religious sentiments on the field, then what is the problem with only having to badge the gloves. While Dhoni himself is Lieutenant colonel.