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The run-out that wasn't

The Chuck Fleetwood-Smiths yell too much about the Dhoni-Bell saga and interview an angry dad. Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber are your hosts. (00:00)

August 1, 2011

Posted by   on (August 1, 2011, 8:38 GMT)

After everything has been said and praise given to Dhoni....I personally feel no ponting,no allan border,no holding would have done this. No matter whether it is against the spirit of the game or not Dhoni should not have done this. After losing the series Dhoni will feel that he has done wrong keeping in mind that he was well within the rules. But still he should be praised....hats off to Dhoni, and at the same time full marks to English crowd when they gave standing ovation to Dhoni after a most controversial tea in the history of the test cricket.

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