Top 10 Most Shocking or Disgusting Moments in the History of Cricket
I'm a Sri Lankan. This is one of the most tragic moments in my life. We all are human beings, so please think and just live like that. Even Pakistani players have to protect themselves in Pakistan.
Indian agencies were involved in the attack. Pakistani people cannot think about attacking players because they are lovers of cricket and crazy about cricket.
This is against the spirit of cricket... really shocking!
Extremely disgusting moment. I wasn't born at that time. However, my father told me about that, and I was really upset to see that he needed just 1 run and unfortunately he didn't score even that. The greatest feat that could ever be achieved is an average of 100. I don't see a single person who can even maintain an average of 65. Can this ever be achieved? God knows.
Nothing came to my mind except disappointment when I knew about it. I didn't take dinner that night.
This deserves the #1 spot!
Giving wrong decisions three times in a row is really frustrating for the millions watching because the one given out (wrongly) is "SACHIN TENDULKAR."
Now there might have been 3 more hundreds to his list.
Greatest batsman doesn't deserve that.
Cheats. It was just one Chappell brother, though. The other one was following the captain's orders.
This is the number 1 shameful act in cricket history.
Cricket lost its 'gentleman's game' tag when this incident took place.
According to me, it was the most disgusting moment in cricket... So disappointing to see players like Ricky Ponting, Andrew Symonds, Michael Clarke showing such ungentlemanly behavior on the cricket field.
It was so disappointing for me. Clarke was so annoying at that time.
Should be on top.
He proved himself the fastest bowler in cricket history.
He is a cheetah. You are a flying bowler.
Broke my Lee's record?
Shocking! Gibbs could have caught those, but he was careless.
God knows why most cricketers retire before 35 years of age.
He is my best batsman. I felt very sad.
This really ought to be #1. A guy died playing cricket for crying out loud. But nah, Tendulkar getting a raw deal from umpires is totally worse...right.
I cried a lot. He was just 25. Whenever he comes to my mind, I feel so emotional.
Saddest moment in the history of cricket. Phil Hughes (rest in peace).
Just kick that Andrew Strauss.
I was shocked that he could make the decision to retire without any meeting.
Everyone will miss you.