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Sat 17 Nov 2012
Highlights of day one of the first test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand at the Galle International Stadium.

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The West Indies u19 team employed the controversial "Mankad" dismissal to ensure they beat Zimbabwe u19 to advance to the quarterfinals of their World Cup - watch the video. Though legal, do you think this is the "right" thing to do?
I don't understand the dismissal