Bedi on ball-tampering: ‘One of modern cricket’s great tragedies’
Former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi, on Sunday, termed the ball tampering scandal involving top Australian cricketers “one of modern day cricket’s great tragedies” and held the players responsible for plunging the sport into crisis. The embattled Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner stood down as captain and vice-captain, respectively, for rest of Australia’s third Test match against South Africa, while Cricket Australia (CA) investigated a ball-tampering scandal during the third day of the game. “There is no doubt there has been a mistake and the players are responsible for this. The captain has accepted it, acknowledged the mistake,…
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