Former Australian captain Ian Chappell feels incidents like the alleged fracas between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson in the India-England Test series are increasing because the International Cricket Council (ICC) has not been good enough while deciding on such issues.
England pace spearhead Anderson has been charged for allegedly â€śabusing and pushingâ€ť Jadeja during the first cricket Test at Trent Bridge.
â€śICC should block this and start again â€” they are no good. Probably wasnâ€™t good when I was playing. Tell me when was the last time a decision was made in the best interest of the game of cricket. The decisions are made money wise,â€ť he told PTI in an exclusive interview.
Anderson has been charged under Level three of ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel following a complaint from India team manager Sunil Dev.