I mean now that I think of it, in wider context, I agree with Flem. NZers are just as competitive and willing to give lip as us or anyone else, but it's hard to sledge when you're losing. It's just patronising.
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LOL at some of these posters. Most of their teams have had their fair share of this sort of stuff before. Hardly a disgrace.
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In the aftermath of the match I may have overreacted (I really did want SA to win) but I maintain that this the worst behaviour I have seen on cricket field. Even the Miandad - Lillee incident was lolworthy. But here 3-4 guys ganging up on one man is the kind of hooliganism that should have no place in cricket. And I for one think that it takes pussies and not "men" to gang up like that.
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