Former England captain Michael Vaughan has slammed Cricket Australia for their “piecemeal investigation” of the 2018 Sandpaper gate scandal as the controversy has re-erupted and rocked Australian cricket once again. Cameron Bancroft, who was guilty of scuffing the ball with sandpaper in
Former South African seamer Fanie de Villiers has dismissed the claims made by the Australian bowlers that they didn’t have any information about the ball-tampering plot, a response that was prompted by Cameron Bancroft’s stunning revelations to an English tabloid last week.
Australian Test captain Tim Paine has revealed that the bowling unit that took part in the infamous Newlands Test have got in touch with discarded opener Cameron Bancroft and have ‘cleared the air’ over suggestions that they knew about the ball-tampering scandal.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan opines that the recent blow-up of the 2018 Cape Town Sandpaper fiasco has indicated that still “there are cracks in the Australian team” that England can exploit in the Ashes later in the year. Cameron Bancroft, who
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke remains adamant on his belief that the Australian bowlers – Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, and Nathan Lyon – in the 2018 Cape Town Test versus South Africa, famous for the Sandpaper fiasco, had to be
Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt opines that the Australian bowlers had to have known that the ball was being tampered with in the fateful Newlands Test which led to the ban of Steve Smith, David Warner (one year each), and Camron Bancroft
Australia’s bowlers that were part of the infamous third Test between them and South Africa, where the ball-tampering controversy erupted, have responded to Cameron Bancroft’s claims. Cameron Bancroft’s interview with the Guardian where he implied that the knowledge of the incident could
Controversies are part of sports and cricket is no different. Cricket is termed as The Gentlemen’s Game but there are many moments when players bring shame to the spirit of the game with their actions. Sometimes, players have also faced massive criticisms
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has revealed his take on the fresh revelations made by Cameron Bancroft regarding the ball-tampering scandal that erupted at the Newlands in 2018. Cameron Bancroft’s recent interview with The Guardian has put the bowlers, including Mitchell Starc,
Former Australian Test opener Cameron Bancroft has replied to Cricket Australia’s Integrity Team where he stated that he has no new information to share regarding the 2018 Newlands ball-tampering scandal. According to a report published in ANI, Cameron Bancroft, who was handed