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Australian players respect the game, respect the opposition, says Haddin

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Nanda PK
by Nanda PK on Jan 25, 2015 09:48 AM

Australia claims that their cricket is different from other's. Now this guy is showing their "DICTIONERY" is also different from other's.

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Mohammed Abrarulhaq
by Mohammed Abrarulhaq on Jan 21, 2015 03:18 PM

sledging is becoming more and more now i wonder one day they will stop playing cricket and start sledging. So icc should take action to stop this sledging otherwise one day there will a match on sledging.

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venkatesh sawali
by venkatesh sawali on Jan 21, 2015 03:17 PM

What a Joke ? The whole world will laugh at Haddin for this statement. this is an absolute Lie.

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vishal gupta
by vishal gupta on Jan 21, 2015 02:52 PM

If someone wants to play the game as per their local rules and attitude, they should do that but only when they are playing local cricket.

Just like Americans who play "American Football" as per their rules and they are allowed to sledge or hit (push) someone. No other country plays "American Football"

But if you are playing any International sport, you have to follow International rules and not say that since we do it in everyday life cricket, we will do it in International cricket also.

I think Joe Root put it correctly, this is not Rugby

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Mike Teflon
Dave Warner
by Mike Teflon on Jan 21, 2015 02:46 PM

Warner's gesticulation to shikhar Dhawan constitutes finger stabbing incident..

Why was he not punished at that time?

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pyarelal laxmikant
by pyarelal laxmikant on Jan 21, 2015 02:03 PM  | Hide replies

Haddin’s Right.

Australians Sledge Respectfully.

They Say ‘KCUF you, Sir’

And We Say ‘TeriM ki, Sirji’
(With Respect)

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