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Should Ricky Ponting be penalised for the dressing room ruckus following his run-out against Zimbabwe in Ahmedabad?

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Asked by Cricket Poll, 22 Feb '11 08:09 pm
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Yes, minium 1 match banned
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Answered by achappa shambhulinga, 23 Feb '11 03:45 pm

 
  
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Yes, he should be penalised.
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Answered by laxmi narayan das, 23 Feb '11 03:24 pm

 
  
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All humans got angry , everyone expresses their frustation in their own style. But damaging public property is punishable. Person who hails from Civilized country should never do it in third grade undeveloped country like INDIA. Friend of mine says that if any indian did it in Australia, will they accept it. But i have different opinion, we wouldnt behave the same way Aussies did it in INDIA..The reason is simple, we are always different
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Answered by soma shankar, 23 Feb '11 03:16 pm

 
  
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Yes , he is fine us$ 2000000
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Answered by VINOD, 23 Feb '11 03:11 pm

 
  
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Yes he should be penalised for the dressing room ruckus following his run-out against Zimbabwe in Ahmedabad?
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Answered by Anup Seth, 23 Feb '11 02:33 pm

 
  
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No. People do react to unaccutomed failures in many ways
Iam sure he would nt have intended to damage the LCD screen. Further The LCD Screen was replaced by the australians.
The Matter should be closed now
Answered by rajan puthiadath, 23 Feb '11 04:01 pm

 
  
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There not much issue of tv.screen,but his nature ,b,cos panter has done like this again & again with sharad pawar and another.ponting pl.control himself when loosing. Get some hints from 10dulkar why he is icon in cricket histry.
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Answered by Vasant Pawale, 24 Feb '11 12:51 pm

 
  
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Yes, he hold the tropy of world at least he should have respect the soul of game. see we think sachin only play cricket for himself. Is not poting doing the same here. shame on him
Answered by Dinesh Ramesh More, 24 Feb '11 12:33 pm

 
  
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Yes he should be bcz he is very arrogant & bad man in the histroy of cricket
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Answered by sudhir, 23 Feb '11 10:33 pm

 
  
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I dont think so. Everyone has a fit of anger once in a while. If we penalise Ponting then we should send Sreesanth to the gallows!!!!!!!!!
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Answered by Suyash Kulkarni, 24 Feb '11 07:02 pm

 
  
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