& # 039; Not solely Smith-Warner, each single member of the group knew the ball was being tampered with & # 039;

by Jeremy Spirogis
India's cleanest city for 4th consecutive time

Former England all-rounder participant Andrew Flintoff feels that Australia's Steve Smith had taken the blame for the 2018 ball tempering episode. Smith and vice-captain David Warner have been banned for a 12 months after this ball tempering episode in Cape Town. Apart from these two, opener Cameron Bancroft was banned for 9 months.

'In the CWC-19 SF, I needed to bat at number-7, however was despatched to the fifth place, because of which.'

Flintoff (Andrew Flintoff) advised TalkSport, "I can't consider that the entire group wasn't concerned. <! –

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                 As a bowler, if somebody offers me a ball that will get tampered with, I’ll know. Smith did one factor, he took the blame of the entire group on himself. "

He stated, "Things like ball tempering have been going on for a long time and I think you take it to an extent. We were accused of putting something sweet on the ball. People apply sun cream on the ball and Do whatever they can. "

Dinesh Karthik desires to play T20 World Cup, 'I’ve not carried out effectively in large event however.'

He stated, "The sandpaper was wrong but it would be foolish to assume that not every player of the team was involved."

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