Haddin backs Broad`s `non-walk` in Trent Bridge Test

Johannesburg: Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has said that he saw nothing wrong in Stuart Broad`s refusal to walk after being given not out but the incident had strengthened the case for reviews to be left solely in the hands of the umpires.

Haddin said that the system was the same for both the teams and Australia just had not used it as well as England.

The wicketkeeper also hoped that Australia could turn it around in the next Test and make smarter reviews.

Broad had made 37 in England`s second innings when he nicked a ball from teenage debutant Ashton Agar via Haddin to Australia captain Michael Clarke at slip but was given not out by umpire Aleem Dar , a report said.


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