Symonds slammed Racial abuse charges against Indian Spinner. The spinner was banned the spinner's ban for allegedly calling Symonds a "monkey" during the second Test.
In the second Test between England and India at Trent Bridge in 2007, things broke out into school ground behaviour when an un-named England player started scattering jellybeans around the Indian batting crease. The Indians complained afterwards but the culprit never came forward.
New Zealand needed 6 runs to win so Greg Chappell ordered brother Trevor to bowl and under arm 'grubber'.
Tony Greig and Ian Chappell examine the devastated Headingley wicket in August 1975
SreeSanth - Harbhajjan Singh
Sachin was criticized by Coach Greg Chappel for his attitude. Chappel wanted Sachin to bat down the batting order while Sachin believed he can be more useful as an opener to the team's cause. Sachin hit out at out at the comments attributed to Chappell by pointing out that no coach has ever suggested his attitude towards cricket is incorrect.
Bhajji - Ponting war of words
Pakistan walked off the ground in 2006 against England when the umpires accused them of tampering with the ball.
The 1st Test In Perth back in 81 will be remembered for one of the ugliest displays of cricket ever. Stories differ over whose fault it was, but we still wish that Dennis Lillee had belted Javed Miandad
It was the most shocking event in the history of Cricket when Srilankan Team was attacked by terrorists in Pakistan. Leaving some players injured & shocked.
In the second Test between England and India at Trent Bridge in 2007, things broke out into school ground behaviour when an un-named England player started scattering jellybeans around the Indian batting crease. The Indians complained afterwards but the c
Pakistan were chasing a formidable Indian total and were pretty much out of the game. The Indians however were keen to see the back of Miandad - old fears die hard.Miandad who was unable to push the scoring along began to get frustrated with Kiran More's chatter behind the stumps and proceeds to provide a sensational / controversial cricket moment by jumping up and down while imitating More's fake appeals for caught behind, the previous ball.
Hansie Cronje was a champion South African cricketer and captain in the 1990s. He was banned for life from pro cricket for his role in a match-fixing scandal. He later died in a suspicious aircraft crash.
The fourth day of the fourth Test between England and Pakistan at The Oval, Hair was involved in controversy when he ruled that the Pakistani team had been involved in ball tampering. They awarded five penalty runs to England and offered them a replacemen
In a notorious ODI performance in 1975, he opened the batting and managed just 36 (not out) off 174 balls (scoring just one four). Replying to England's 334 from 60 overs, India managed only 132 for 3 from the 60 overs. It was alleged that Gavaskar deliberately performed poorly in that match, due to his annoyance with the promotion of Srinivas Venkataraghavan to captaincy. He later claimed that he could not adjust to the pace of the game.
Kanpur ODI, War of words between the two players. Gambhir was baned for a match after this exchange of words.
In one of the most controversial incidents in cricketing history, Shakoor Rana came face-to-face with Mike Gatting in the finger-wagging incident that stopped the Faislabad test in 1987. The incident in question occurred on the second day of the Test a
Dennis Lillee caused a stir in 1979 when he went out to the crease with an aluminium bat, it was a stunt for a mates company. It was called the ComBat and after a heated discussion Lillee threw it 40 metres across the WACA.
Their relation went sour when Chappell sent an email to BCCI stating that Ganguly was unfit to lead the Indian team during India's Zimbabwe tour in 2005. Ganguly, in turn, said Chappell had actually asked him to step down. Resulting Ganguly was stripped of his captaincy and dropped from the team.