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Azharduddin rubbishes Kambliâ€™s match fixing claim Last Updated : 18 Nov 2011 01:32:01 PM IST Md Azharuddin rubbishes Kambli's claim
Reacting sharply on Vinod Kambli's claim of suspicious match-fixing in the 1996 World Cup Semifinal, former Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin said that charger were not acceptable.
Interacting with a private news channel, Azhar rubbished Kambli's claim and said that he should come out with right facts.
"Very annoying the way Kambli has made such allegations. Kambli to come out and talk like this is absolutely rubbish."
He said that fielding was a collective decison taken in the team meeting. "Fielding was a collective decision and i have no regret. Ver sad that people are questioning the decision."
He further said that Kambli was dropped purely on performance basis.
Earlier, Kambli had said that 1996 world cup semi-final against Sri Lanka was allegedly fixed. He indirectly targetted Azhar's decison to opt for fielding after winning the toss.
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