Tears and apologies as Australia feel ball-tampering pain

Updated On Mar 30, 2018 02:38 PM IST
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David Warner has been handed a one-year ban by Cricket Australia for his role in the ball-tampering scandal. (REUTERS)
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David Warner has been handed a one-year ban by Cricket Australia for his role in the ball-tampering scandal. (REUTERS)

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Warner, second right, arrives with his wife Candice, second left, and their children at Sydney Airport, Thursday after being sent home from South Africa. (AP)
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Warner, second right, arrives with his wife Candice, second left, and their children at Sydney Airport, Thursday after being sent home from South Africa. (AP)

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The former Australia vice-captain as the instigator of the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the cricket world. (AFP)
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The former Australia vice-captain as the instigator of the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the cricket world. (AFP)

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He will hold a media conference to discuss the issue on Saturday, Cricket Australia (CA) confirmed. (AFP)
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He will hold a media conference to discuss the issue on Saturday, Cricket Australia (CA) confirmed. (AFP)

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Meanwhile, Darren Lehmann has announced he will step down as Australia’s head coach following the fourth Test against South Africa. (REUTERS)
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Meanwhile, Darren Lehmann has announced he will step down as Australia’s head coach following the fourth Test against South Africa. (REUTERS)

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A tearful Lehmann - who was cleared of any wrongdoing by the CA investigation - confirmed he would leave his position in a news conference. (AFP)
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A tearful Lehmann - who was cleared of any wrongdoing by the CA investigation - confirmed he would leave his position in a news conference. (AFP)

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Lehmann, who was contracted until the end of the 2019 Ashes, has coached Australia for almost five years. (AFP)
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Lehmann, who was contracted until the end of the 2019 Ashes, has coached Australia for almost five years. (AFP)

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Under Lehmann, Australia won two Ashes series and the 2015 ICC World Cup. (AP)
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Under Lehmann, Australia won two Ashes series and the 2015 ICC World Cup. (AP)

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