Misbah fined 15% of the match fee for showing dissent after given out.

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  1. XYZ
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    Article says the Misbah was fined 15% of his match fee for showing dissent when he was given out in 2nd ODI vs NZ.




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  2. Mercenary
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    Imagine how much he would have been fined if he was given out rightly.
     
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    Hot spot is the only way to judge if there was a nick or not. Without it - yes, it looked not out but we can't say for sure.
     
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    It was clear when they did the split view. From front on it looked like the ball might be hitting the glove but the split view from the side showed there was daylight between the glove and the ball. A poor decision by the TV umpire.

    The image they used to dismiss Misbah is below. If you look at the image on the right the cricket ball is above the pepsi ball under the the letter L. You can clearly see the blue of the billboard between the glove and the cricket ball.

    Even the commentators said it was a tough call on Misbah after he'd already gone.

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  5. Kashif Afridi
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    Kashif Afridi Youngsta Beauty

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    Oh; That's unfortunate

    XYZ Is Misbah allright? Will he play this game?
     
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    It was a bad decision. Not surprised tho as joe Wilson has always come across as a poor umpire.
     
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    z786 Youngsta Beauty

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    very bad decision from the ump here, misbah has every reason to be angry
     
  8. iZeeshan
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    iZeeshan Whispering Death

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    Stupid rule to fine people. Let them show dissent, as long as it's not excessive.
     
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    Fawad Sultan of Swing

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    Dissent for a wrong decision shouldn't be penalized. Blame the umpires for not doing their jobs properly.
     
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    What about this dissent?



    It would be very difficult to measure "excessive"!
     
  11. iZeeshan
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    iZeeshan Whispering Death

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    NBA does a good job of it bro. They give out technicals when it's too much. It's a real-time decision.
     
  12. Fawad
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    Fawad Sultan of Swing

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    Huge difference between verbal and physical reaction..
     
  13. XYZ
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    That is what I am saying, it is very hard to draw a line if you allow even a little bit of dissent. Some forms of dissent we have seen are;

    a) Make facial expression.
    b) A few words mumbles while walking back to pavallion.
    c) Kicking the dressing room door.
    d) Throwing a bat in the dug out at a distance.
    e) Kicking the stumps.
    f) Breaking something outside or inside the dressing room with the bat.
    g) Question umpire politely.
    h) Saying a few harsh words to the umpires.
    i) Saying a few "f" words to the umpires.

    All of the above can be performed with low, medium and high intensity. How will match referee measure the dissent was excessive or not?
     

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