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Tests of Character
Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
How would you react to cricketing controversies?
We like to make fun of cricketers when they bungle up, but what would we (or rather, you) do if put in the same situation?
What would you have done if you had been in the place of Greg and Trevor Chappell during the underarm incident?
Tripped up the batsman before the delivery to make sure he twists his ankle
Gauged the batsman's strengths, weaknesses, temperament, fears and bowled accordingly
Jumped up and down in front of the batsman and chanted, "You can't do it, you can't do it," to rattle him before the delivery
How would you have caught the ball and celebrated if you had been in Herschelle Gibbs' place during the Super Six match against Australia in the 1999 World Cup?
Think what Kamran Akmal would have done and then done the opposite
Pretended to catch and drop it, and then run out Steve Waugh as he trudged off
Caught the ball, taken my shirt off and run to the boundary, cradling the ball like a baby
If you had bitten the ball like Shahid Afridi did, how would you have explained yourself?
"I was trying to demonstrate the dangers of ball-tampering"
"It was trying to attack me; I only defended myself"
By beating up anyone who questioned me
Would you have taken a diuretic pill like Shane Warne did, if your mum had offered it to you?
No, I'd have taken something that enhanced my performance
Alcohol does the work for me, thanks
As much as I love my mum, I'd have checked the banned drugs list and consulted a doctor
What would you have said instead of "I intend to make them grovel" a la Tony Greig in 1976?
"I intend to give them so much trouble they start whinging about ball-tampering or worse"
"They are fearsome opponents and I intend to make the best of what we have"
"Aargh... they fouled me"
Would you have taken a joyride in a Tiger Moth, like David Gower and John Morris did?
Is it armed?
I prefer playing chess or Scrabble or doing a Sudoku puzzle in my free time
It's more fun to gossip about team-mates than fly with them
Would you have kicked down the stumps like Michael Holding did in Christchurch in 1979?
No, I would have uprooted one and chased the umpire round the ground with it
No, I would have channelled the anger productively into my bowling
Is it a free kick? Then I'd have had a shot at it
Would you have asked your partner to walk back with you if you weren't happy with your dismissal, as Sunil Gavaskar did in Melbourne in 1981?
No, I'd have just punched the ref
What sort of an idiotic question is this? Am I five?
I'd have taken my whole team into the dressing room and refused to come out
Would you have taken your shirt off like Ganguly did on the balcony at Lord's?
Only if I had to smother a team-mate who was on fire
To distract the opposition with my hairy chest? Good idea
The balcony, the field, the dressing room - I'd take it off at the drop of a hat
Would you have played with an aluminium bat like Dennis Lillee did?
Yes, a good tool to have in the dressing room
I prefer baseball bats
No, it requires much more upkeep - taking care of dents, oxidation etc
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