New Delhi: Former England captain Nasser Hussain's controversial comparison of Indian fielders to 'donkeys' on Friday drew flak from former cricketers and the BCCI which has promised to look into what it called "totally uncalled for" remarks.
Strongly objecting to Hussain's comments during the one-off Twenty20 between India and England on Wednesday, BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla said the Board would look into the 'donkey' comment.
"Hussain's comment was totally uncalled for. One should adopt restraint while making observations about players. Commentators should not make such comments. We will definitely look into it," Shukla told reporters outside the Parliament.