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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

SPORTS, CRICKET: Gavaskar says ICC's decision to abolish runners is unfair!

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Sunil Gavaskar arrives at BCCI headquarters in Mumbai for the hearing of Pakistani fast bowler Mohammed Asif - PTI.

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar feels that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has taken an unfair decision by abolishing runners for injured batsmen in international cricket.
The batting legend said it was an unfair decision and asked the ICC to even it out by disallowing bowlers to have water as rules should be the same for everyone.
"I would also like to suggest that there should be no water for bowlers at the boundary end. They bowl one over and come to the boundary where energy drinks are waiting for them," said an angry Gavaskar.

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