Siphon Taufel

Submitted by hpn on July 29, 2007 - 15:49
For many Indian Cricket fans, a nice Sunday evening of watching good Cricket was spoiled by two utterly bad decisions by the umpire. The decisions came ironically from [:http://content-ind.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/7918.html|Simon Taufel] who is regarded as the best umpire in International Cricket. Sachin Tendulkar lost out yet again on (yet another) century. Saurav Ganguly's fans lost more than what Ganguly might have lost - he looked in great touch with his batting and batted like Saurav of the Sahara Cup days. The batting was great to watch. Some of the great Cricketing shots were played. The bowling was evenly matched - [:http://content-ind.cricinfo.com/engvind/content/current/player/20187.ht…|new seamer of the English team] bowled like he's been around for ages. It was a very nice test match to watch, until Simon Taufel sent Sachin and Saurav back to pavilion with his frightfully bad decisions.

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