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Has the ball-tampering scandal hit Australia’s outlook?

Asked 2018-12-08 18:38:25 by ANONYMOUS

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Yes, the scandal is still hounding them. There is a sense that Australia are trying to be the good blokes and earn a reputation back, And that has affected their persona.

What did Michael Clarke and VVS Laxman say the right thing about Australia?

Asked 2018-12-08 18:38:13 by ANONYMOUS

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Both these former cricketers felt that Australia need to play a hard brand of cricket and not worry about pleasing fans and protecting an image. Both have said that Langer's side should play with aggression.

Is Justin Langer wrong with his judgement?

Asked 2018-12-08 18:37:52 by ANONYMOUS

Answered by NewsBytes

One would think so that Australia coach Justin Langer has got this call wrong in stating that the Australians would have been called the worst blokes if they behaved like Kohli. If they play within the rules and be aggressive as well, then it benefits the side.

Was Virat Kohli over the line in Adelaide with his celebrations?

Asked 2018-12-08 18:37:33 by ANONYMOUS

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Kohli did not sledge and neither gave anybody the send-offs. He chose to celebrate the fall of wickets in a passionate manner. Therefore, he didn't go over the line.

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