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    January 27, 2006

    One million dollars fine?

    Harsha Bhogle wonders in his column if imposing a fine would ensure that we didn't get the sort of wickets we got at Lahore and Faisala kabhi nahin Faisalabad. He makes a lovely point when he says
    When Australia played India at Mumbai and we had a two-day Test, the match referee was not impressed. And with good reason for there was no surface there. But these pitches would not have produced a result in seven days and that is just as bad.
    He is obviously referring to India's win in the final test against Australia at the Wankhede on a pitch that assisted spin excessively. Australia's failure to score 107 in the final innings led to the usual recrimination including taking the issue up with the ICC.

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