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India physio’s name dragged into Mockgate

DNMUM385252 | 3/21/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :472



Ranchi: To have an incident-free India-Australia Test is like finding an albino dolphin. It’s as rare as the gentle water creature.
The third Test that ended with Australia salvaging a draw in difficult circumstances had its share of controversies with Mockgate being the most talking point.
Even on the final day, tempers flared. With about half-an-hour to go for lunch, Steve Smith and opener Matt Renshaw exchanged words with pacer Ishant Sharma.
It happened as Sharma was sprinting to deliver the second delivery of his fifth over to Renshaw. The tall left-hander pulled back. Not pleased with Renshaw’s withdrawal, Sharma threw the ball in his stride to the wicketkeeper outside the off-stump that travelled far away from Renshaw.

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