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WI U19 showed they are low class sportsmen,once again

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2 minutes ago, Rightarmfast said:

Yeah, but these are kids. You get excited, and its the WC. It happens. Lets not blame the whole West indian fraternity for that.

this is 2nd instance in consecutive u19 wc ,absolutely pathetic , you watch and see if batsman's action warranted any appeal,disgraceful to say the least

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1 hour ago, SK_IH said:

this is 2nd instance in consecutive u19 wc ,absolutely pathetic , you watch and see if batsman's action warranted any appeal,disgraceful to say the least

This is poor.But last world cup they were absolutely correct to Mankad the batsman.

 

If you back up too far then you deserve to be Mankad .Nothing wrong with that.Infact it is the batsman being cheat and unsportsmanlike in that scenario. 

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5 minutes ago, BeautifulGame said:

This is poor.But last world cup they were absolutely correct to Mankad the batsman.

 

If you back up too far then you deserve to be Mankad .Nothing wrong with that.Infact it is the batsman being cheat and unsportsmanlike in that scenario. 

ok that was within rules, but even that time i thought batsman was not intentionally trying to get som advantage,anyways todays episode is even more disagraceful

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2 minutes ago, SK_IH said:

ok that was within rules, but even that time i thought batsman was not intentionally trying to get som advantage,anyways todays episode is even more disagraceful

That was intentional 

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2 hours ago, SK_IH said:

this is 2nd instance in consecutive u19 wc ,absolutely pathetic , you watch and see if batsman's action warranted any appeal,disgraceful to say the least

Nothing wrong with what happened last tournament.

 

What happened today was pathetic. The ball had stopped and they still chose to appeal.

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2 hours ago, Trichromatic said:

But they just appealed.

 

It was umpire who ruled them out.

 

How is this appeal different from any other appeal where player know it's not out?

Once the team has appealed the umpires then follow the laws of the game which dictated he was to be given out.

 

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I don't see anything wrong. If what that keeper has done was wrong, why was the batsman given out. And I don't buy into this Spirit of Cricket gimmick. If what was legal but not come under spirit of cricket, then the  laws of cricket itself against the spirit of cricket, not the player.

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