Excessive appealingThe second part of that above guideline is what was applicable to Sehwag. He was docked 20% of his match fee at the end of the Antigua test.
Excessive shall mean repeated appealing when the bowler/fielder knows the batsman is not out with the intention of placing the umpire under pressure. It is not intended to prevent loud or enthusiastic appealing. However, the practice of celebrating a dismissal before the decision has been given may also constitute excessive appealing.
Ind-WI day 1 observations
Are England back to square one?
The thrill of a draw
Now it is Pringle's turn
A match that one team lost
Last ball drama of a different kind
Andy Roberts - why did he disappear so fast?
Ok, who's going to play the party pooper?
Throw the ball to the spinner please!
Trent Bridge crystal ball
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