Red cards for bad behaviour? ICC can no longer stay silent as errant players are marring cricket's spirit, legacy
Neither captains, nor players, nor umpires of the modern era seem to have understood what the spirit of the game of cricket really means. If the International Cricket Conference (ICC) doesn’t come down heavily on errant captains and players and if it doesn’t ‘punish’ lenient umpiring, the game will soon be known for its hooliganism rather than for its nobility.
A batsman's game? Instead of frowning on 'mankading', we should be asking why the non-striker left his crease
The solution to 'mankad'ing is straightforward: To have more of it. Let’s admit that truth that we all know, but few accept: that if cricket ever was the gentleman’s game, now it is the batter’s game.