Team India served ‘bad food’, Yuvraj, Raina log–in sick
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Star all-rounders Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina failed to turn up for the Indian cricket team's practice session at the P. Sara Oval in Colombo on Friday, ahead of the team's next T20 World Cup match on Sunday.
Team management sources said that Yuvraj was suffering from a sore throat, while Raina was having an upset stomach. They said both players were being monitored by the team's medical staff.
Meanwhile, the Indian cricket team has lodged a complaint about the food being served to them by a particular caterer.
They have asked the concerned authorities to look into the matter, and rectify it as early as possible.
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