Ind vs Aus | Steve Smith 'apologises' for fall out of emotions during Border-Gavaskar Series

28 March 2017, 12:07 PM
Ind vs Aus | Steve Smith 'apologises'  for fall out of emotions during Border-Gavaskar Series
Ind vs Aus | Steve Smith 'apologises' for fall out of emotions during Border-Gavaskar Series

Australian Skipper Steve Smith on Tuesday apologised for his occasional fall out of emotions during Border-Gavaskar Series against India.

Host India defeated Australia by eight wickets in Dharamsala Test to clinch the Border-Gavaskar series in emphatic style. He credited Team India for being a fantastic side and clinching a magnificent series full of cricket and controversy.

“It was a magnificent series, probably one of the best I have been part of so far. Credit to India, they are a fantastic side. It was a fantastic learning curve for us. It is one of the most picturesque grounds. It was a very good wicket here. I have been pretty intense throughout the series. I probably let my emotions take over at times and I apologise for that.” added Smith.

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Australia captain was warned by umpire about looking toward viewing area before Kohli erupts in the third Test. The brain fade controversy hampered Smith’s reputation as a gentleman cricketer.

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Smith is slated to lead Pune Supergiants in the upcoming Indian Premier League 2017.

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First Published: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 12:01 PM
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