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ICC responds to World Cup final 'extra run' controversy

Mumbai: After England's maiden World Cup triumph, many people have questioned the rules of International Cricket Council (ICC) and its interpretation by the on-field umpires. Due to misinterpretation of rules by the on-field umpires in the World Cup final, England was awarded an extra run, aiding Morgan and Co. to lift the prestigious trophy. ICC for the first time has reacted on the overthrow controversy. Responding to the issue, an ICC spokesperson said it was against the policy to "comment on any decisions (made by the umpires)". The spokesperson also added that on-field umpires take decision according to the rules...

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MS Dhoni Doubtful For West Indies Tour, Will Participate In "Transitioning Phase" For Team India: Reports

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Dubai’s Victory Team welcomes Erik Stark

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Mumbai: Amid the on-going talks of Dhoni’s retirement, MSD’s childhood coach Keshav Banerjee has provided an insight on Dhoni’s retirement decision. Banerjee who hails from Ranchi has said the former Indian skipper’s parents don’t want Dhoni to be seen in the blue jersey anymore. After India’s ouster from the World Cup following their semis defeat against New Zealand, rumours started circulating that Dhoni would calls it quit after the last match against the Kiwis. However, Dhoni or the selectors hasn’t revealed anything on his decision to retire, but Mahi’s childhood coach in an interview with Sports Tak, has revealed that...