Indian players, especially Harbhajan Singh and Ishant Sharma must be doing everything in their power to get their attitude sorted out, to get back on to the decent cricket.
It’s hard to understand as why they think that they are superhumans and degrading the Australians during the series. It’s understand that Australians are more talented, resilient and professional than them, but it doesn’t mean that these players start letting out their frustration by degrading the Aussie players.
19-year old Indian paceman Ishant Sharma got out of limits after getting Andrew Symonds out and was then justifiably be fined 15 per cent of Sunday’s match fee by match referee Jeff Crowe.
Sledging has been part of Indian cricket for many years and it’s time International Cricket Council must do something about it. True that India is the economic powerhouse for cricket but does it means that it has the license to ridicule whomever it want to ridicule?More on:Andrew Symonds, Australia, icc, India, Ishant Sharma, Jeff Crowe
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