Love Dhoni, Love Army but ICC rules are same for all, says Irfan Pathan

By: KSW Staff

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The former India all-rounder and current J&K Cricket team coach cum mentor Irfan Pathan has said that International Cricket Council rules are same for all and one should follow them.

While the debate is raging on social media as ICC barred Team India former skipper MS Dhoni over the use of Army Insignia on his keeping gloves, former India all-rounder Pathan has voiced his opinion.

Taking to his official twitter handle, Pathan has tweeted, “We all know Lt Colonel MS Dhoni’s love towards our armed forces even we love our armed forces bt ICC rules r d same for all and we’ve to abide by the laws.1 question I would like to ask is will it be fine if any opposition that’s playing against us sports their armed forces logo?”.

India will be taking on Australia in its today’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match and Dhoni will not be using his Army Insignia on his gloves during the match.