"Contrary to the media report, that the BCCI after the consulting with the team management would like to rubbish the report and classify it as baseless," the statement added.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in a statement on Sunday, rubbished a report by a Mumbai based tabloid, which claimed that India skipper virat kohli had been told by the Committee of Administrators (CoA) "to conduct himself with humility on the tour of Australia". The Indian cricket board vehemently denied that any such message had been sent to Kohli and classified the report as "baseless". The Indian skipper and the entire team is already in Australia with the tour starting on November 21 with the first match of the three-T20I series.
"There has been a report in the media by a Mumbai based tabloid dated November 17, 2018 with the headline "Be Humble: Virat Kohli gets a CoA memo". The report stated that India Captain Virat Kohli has been sent a memo by the CoA to conduct himself with 'humility'," read the BCCI statement of posted on their website.