New Delhi: Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja have apologised for their on-field spat during the Tri-series match against the West Indies, which sparked off a debate about lack of harmony in the Indian dressing room.
According to a BCCI official, both cricketers spoke to the team manager M V Sridhar and expressed regret for their on-field conduct.
"Raina and Jadeja have spoken to the team manager and tendered unconditional apology for their on-field behaviour. They have promised that this type of an act won't be repeated again. Both the cricketers have understood that their conduct is unbecoming of a national team cricketer," a senior BCCI official said on Tuesday.
The interim chief of the BCCI, Jagmohan Dalmiya, had on Monday informed the mediapersons that the BCCI had sought a manager's report into the incident.
No action will be taken against the two cricketers and they will not be penalised either but since the matter has snowballed into a controversy, the board will like to keep an official document of the incident.