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PHOTOS: Top-10 'misdemeanors' of Pakistanis which shamed cricket

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  • Oct 10, 2012, 20:53 PM IST
PHOTOS: Top-10 'misdemeanors' of Pakistanis which shamed cricket
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New Delhi:Pakistan cricket has been often surrounded with controversies, whether it may be spot fixing by some talented young players, ball tampering or doping charges on team members. 
 
These controversies not only affected country's image, they also brought a bad name for the 'gentleman's game.'
 
Let's have a look at the top-10 scandals involving people from Pakistani cricket fraternity. 
 
 
 

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2. Shakoor Rana:  In one of the most controversial incidents in cricketing history, Shakoor Rana came face-to-face with Mike Gatting in the finger-wagging incident that stopped the Faislabad test in 1987. 
 
The incident in question occurred on the second day of the test as Gatting was controversially accused by Rana of making an alteration to the fielding positions as Eddie Hemmings ran in to bowl. 
 
Rana stopped the game and accused Gatting of cheating. Rana had already upset the English by wearing a Pakistan sweater and placing Mudassar Nazar's cap on his own head. The game was stopped by the incident and only resumed the following day. Rana and Gatting were both accused of using foul language, much of which was heard by a worldwide TV audience via the stump camera. (Wikipedia)

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