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Sport Former Australian captain Ian Chappell accuses Steve Smith of 'white anting' Tim Paine

10:45  02 december  2019
10:45  02 december  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Former Australian Test captain Ian Chappell has leveled accusations at Steve Smith for "white anting" Tim Paine during the second Test at Adelaide Oval.

  Former Australian captain Ian Chappell accuses Steve Smith of 'white anting' Tim Paine © Provided by Sporting News

As the Aussies continued to tighten the screws on Pakistan on the fourth day, after David Warner's incredible 335 helped set up a monstrous run total for the visitors to chase.

It was a slow start for the Australians who took until the second session to claim their first wicket of the day after skittling Pakistan's top order before stumps on day three.

And despite their struggles, it was the behaviours of Smith that grabbed the attention of Chappell, who he believed was undermining Paine by getting involved in handling field positions.

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“I tell you what I don’t like to see, Steve Smith is moving a few fieldsmen around,” Chappell told Macquarie Sports Radio.

“He did have a chat with Tim Paine, trying to talk Tim Paine into moving a fielder on the off-side, but I’m not sure Tim Paine moved him as far as Steve Smith wanted.

"Steve Smith started moving him, I hate to see that.

“England used to do it a bit, blokes other than the captain and I always felt it was white-anting the captain.”

The comments from Chapell, one of the most respected names in Australian cricket, adds further intrigue to the debate surrounding whether Smith should replace Paine as captain next year.

Smith's ban from the captaincy for his involvement in the Cape Town ball-tampering saga ends next March, and his stunning performances in the Ashes have led calls for him to be reinstated.

Whilst his heroic efforts in helping the Aussies retain the Ashes in England earlier in the year left fans drooling, Smith has been uncharacteristically poor so far in the series against Pakistan.

The superstar right-hander, who's averaging 64 at Test level, fell for 4 in the win at the Gabba, and was caught behind by Mohammad Rizwan for 36 on day one of the second Test.

Justin Langer bemused by Ian Chappell's claims that Steve Smith 'white-anted' Tim Paine against Pakistan .
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