KOLKATA (Agencies) - A group of cricket lovers waved black flags to protest the International Cricket Council (ICC) "robbing" the Eden Gardens of the India-England match, as a three-member team of the game's apex body inspected the ground's facilities Monday to see if it was fit to host the remaining three World Cup matches next month. "We have shown them all the facilities. They have seen the whole ground," Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) joint secretary Biswarup Dey told newspersons after the team's three-hour inspection. Asked whether the ICC delegation was satisfied, Dey avoided a direct reply. "I cannot say that because they have not said so far," he said. The ICC team arrived around 9.50 a.m. and went around the ground, the two new galleries, the dressing rooms, some corporate boxes, and other parts of the premises. CAB sources said the team spent a lot of time inspecting the sight screens. As the ICC team was making a tour of the Eden Gardens, about 50 cricket lovers waved black flags, accusing the ICC of having taken away the Feb 27 match between India and England from the Eden. This, they alleged, was done at the behest of ICC president Sharad Pawar who has had a long-standing rivalry with CAB chief Jagmohan Dalmiya in Indian cricket board politics. "ICC go back. Down Down, ICC. They took the unfair decision to please their boss.