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Vinod Kambli suspects 1996 Worldcup semis was fixed

Former cricketer Vinod Kambli on November 17th said that he was suspicious about Indian Captian Azharuddin's decision to field first during 1996 worldcup semi finals.

Vinod Kambli suspects 1996 Worldcup semis was fixed
 

 It was decided in the team meeting itself that India would bat first, if they won the toss. "Indian Captian's decision stunned me", he said to a national channel. 1996 world cup made an end to Kambli's career. 

 
1996 World cup Semifinals was stopped due to crowd violence.The match was then awarded to Sri Lanka.Indians would never forget crying Kambli leaving Eden Gardens. 
 
"Something was definitely amiss. However, I was not given a chance to speak and was dropped soon after. Our team manager at that time Ajit Wadekar was aware of everything. He had even written an article afterwards that Vinod Kambli had been made a scapegoat," Kambli said.
 
 
The BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale declined to respond to Kambli's allegations.

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