Watch | Faf Du Plessis denies cheating, says made ‘scapegoat’

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said on Wednesday he had been made a 'scapegoat' by the International Cricket Council and denied any wrongdoing after being found guilty of ball-tampering during the second test against Australia. Du Plessis, who was sanctioned for the same offence in 2013, was charged last week after footage emerged from the Hobart Test of him applying saliva to the ball with a mint in his mouth. Du Plessis, standing in for injured regular skipper AB de Villiers, expressed regret that the case had taken away from his team's series-winning triumph in Australia and said he had never intended to cheat. (Video courtesy: Cricket South Africa)

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