Briefly Cricket: Kamran, Ishant bury the hatchet: report
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Kamran, Ishant bury the hatchet: report
Karachi: Kamran Akmal and Ishant Sharma, who were fined after a verbal duel in the first T20 international at Bangalore, have buried the hatchet and are now the best of friends, according to a leading Pakistani newspaper. 'The Express' newspaper reported that after the match, Sharma had gone to the Pakistan dressing room and sorted things out with Kamran. "Sharma went to the Pakistan dressing room after the match and addressing Kamran asked him 'Paji Tauno Ki Hogaya See' (Brother what happened to you)," the report said. It said that Sharma had than clarified to Kamran that he had not used any abusive language against him during the standoff in Bangalore. The report also said that afterwards when the teams travelled on a chartered flight from Bangalore to Ahmedabad, Kamran and Sharma were seen laughing and in good spirits.
Lehmann questions Samuels action, fined
sydney: Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann was officially reprimanded and slapped with a suspended fine by cricket officials after questioning the bowling action of West Indian Marlon Samuels. Cricket Australia said Lehmann was convicted of breaching the Code of Behaviour with remarks in a media interview after the Heat's loss to the Melbourne Renegades in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League on Saturday night. "At a hearing, Commissioner John Price found Lehmann guilty of breaching Rule nine: Detrimental Public Comment," the governing body said. "Lehmann received an official reprimand and a Aus$3,000 fine suspended for two years." "If he is deemed legal, I'm totally understanding of that. But from my point of view, from 20 years' cricket, I have got a problem with 120kmh off no steps," Lehmann said.