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Why England players committed intentional fouls ?

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Asked by atoz, 05 Mar '10 02:38 pm
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Pakistan captain Zeeshan Ashraf on Thursday demanded action against some English players who, he alleged, resorted to intentional foul play in the Pool B match of the hockey World Cup in New Delhi [ Images ].

Zeeshan said one England [ Images ] player intentionally fouled Irfan Muhammad in the second half but he went scot-free.

"Irfan was hit by an England player and it was intentional. Just like Shivendra Singh was banned, the tournament director should see the match video footage and he (the English player) should be suspended," said Zeeshan after his side lost 2-5 in their third Pool B match.

Zeeshan, however, did not say that Pakistan would lodge a complaint with the tournament director.

Striker Rehan Butt also said that the England players committed some intentional fouls and the tournament directors should take note of that.

"The tournament director should take action as there was intentional fouls (by England players) after seeing the video footage just like had b ...more
Answered by Cartoon Network, 05 Mar '10 02:39 pm

 
  
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Just because Diverting the Mind of Other Team's Players.
Answered by Mahesh Sharma, 05 Mar '10 02:39 pm

 
  
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