Farokh Engineer: In My Day, Sledging Was Harmless, No Insults Were Exchanged - Cricket World TV

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Lycamobile ambassador Farokh Engineer is exclusively covering India's tour of England for Cricket World (http://www.cricketworld.com) and in this clip, he looks back at how sledging used to be a lot more harmless than it is nowadays.

In the wake of the James Anderson/Ravindra Jadeja controversy, he talks about his own attempts to sledge Geoffrey Boycott when he played for India against England.

Back then, there were no insults, and it was all a bit of fun. That all changed a bit later though...

This video was produced by video production and digital marketing company CWM Studios: http://www.cwmstudios.com

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