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CRICKET: Australia's coach says Stuart Broad is a blatant cheat
2013-08-21 13:01:05 | (0 Comments)
Australia coach Darren Lehmann has called on cricket fans to make England's Stuart Broad cry over his blatant cheating in the first Ashes Test.
Broad was criticised for deciding not to walk after edging Ashton Agar to slip via keeper Brad Haddin's gloves.
Lehmann says he hopes the Australian public give it to Broad right from the word go for the whole Australian summer.
Lehmann also says the Australian players havenít forgotten about Broadís blatant cheating.
England and Australia are playing back-to-back Ashes series.
The fifth and final Ashes Test of the English summer started this morning at the Oval, with England chasing their first ever 4-0 home win, while the return series starts in Brisbane on November 21 and finishes in Sydney in early January.
Broad recently defended his behaviour at Trent Bridge, insisting the noise caused by the ball flicking Haddin's gloves had caused confusion.
Because they had already failed with two reviews during the second innings, Australia were unable to review umpire Aleem Dar's not out decision.
Broad was on 37 at the time and went on to add a further 28 runs to his score as England secured victory by only 14 runs.
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