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    Haha, at first look I thought it was given for LBW, that's how bad a decision that was.

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    Ohh jesus. That's arguably the worst yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Ohh jesus. That's arguably the worst yet.
    Haha I can't believed the players even appealed for it tbh, unless they were also after the LBW.

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    Haha how close was the lbw shout? Have only seen it once.


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    Cue: years and years of animosity towards the English players involved for being "cheats" for appealing in a highly pressurised and emotional environment. Can't imagine such an event ever happening if Australia was in the field...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Ohh jesus. That's arguably the worst yet.
    Still think Bowden has him covered with the no-ball that was a foot over the line (slight exaggeration)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Haha how close was the lbw shout? Have only seen it once.
    Was missing by quite a bit by the looks of things, but hit him right in front right on the knee role so can see why they would have asked for it.

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    Collingwood 2nd innings at the Oval - out off another no ball

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    Just seen the Clark dismissal, one of the worst of all-time.

    His reaction not too clever though. Have seen Pietersen fined for less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Just seen the Clark dismissal, one of the worst of all-time.

    His reaction not too clever though. Have seen Pietersen fined for less.
    Poor Stueh knows he probably won't be picked again, so he won't give a **** if they suspend him or sommat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaremba View Post
    Collingwood 2nd innings at the Oval - out off another no ball
    Don't think it was actually, thought his heel landed first behind the line then went forward.

    Deserves to be out for playing a bouncer so gheyly though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Don't think it was actually, thought his heel landed first behind the line then went forward.
    Thanks - I didn't see it, tbh - went by what they were saying on the radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Don't think it was actually, thought his heel landed first behind the line then went forward.

    Deserves to be out for playing a bouncer so gheyly though.
    I hate when they show you a still frame of the bowler's foot over the line and act like it somehow proves it was a no-ball.

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    Feck. Just saw Clark's dismissal. Honestly reckon we were appealing for LBW initially. Genuinely think it's the most a "catch" has ever missed the bat by for an upheld appeal I've ever seen. Woeful, woeful stuff.
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    I actually thought the Clark one was clearly out live in real time. I even shouted "Just walk Stuart, you know you hit it..." at the TV. So I have some sympathy with the umpire.

    Yet I also thought North was not out in real time. Odd.

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