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Very disappointed by Yusuf decision - Ten Doeschate

Kolkata Knight Riders allrounder Ryan Ten Doeschate talks to the media after his team lost to Pune Warriors in Ranchi

May 15, 2013

Posted by   on (May 16, 2013, 14:04 GMT)

I watching the incident and this is how I saw. First the opponent player tried to hold Yousaf by his shirt and then the ball kicking was done . Action should have been taken on the first action rather than the other one . It looks unfair .Nothing can be done ,only lesson can taken for future.

Posted by Mr.CricketJKNotHussey on (May 16, 2013, 9:11 GMT)

Well, he wasn't looking at the ball at the time he kicked it but if you look closely, he was staring at it and then lifted his eyes...almost as if he had lined it up and looked up to make it look like he didn't. I think that proved that he knew where the ball was. I still don't know if it was intentional, maybe he was just looking at it to avoid it but because of the collision, he accidentally kicked it. I hope that is how it was, otherwise it just shows extremely poor sportsmanship from his side.

Posted by coolmask on (May 16, 2013, 8:23 GMT)

I guess the BALL KICKING INCIDENT looked a little intentional however Parnell had no right to tug Pathan's T-Shirt. It all happened in a flash and guess what KKR is out of the tournament because of this and PWI STOLE A WIN.

Posted by noitsnothim_itsme on (May 16, 2013, 7:33 GMT)

Running towards the ball and kicking it - Accidental? You wouldn't do it unless you know you are going to get out!

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