If you do piecemeal probe, it will keep biting you on backside: Michael Vaughan to Cricket Australia
The trio of then Australian skipper Steve Smith, his deputy David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were banned for their roles in the ball tampering scandal.
The issue was put under the spotlight again when Bancroft last week revealed that Australian bowlers in the team at that time might have had some knowledge about the plot.
Bancroft, who had the sandpaper in his possession, was suspended for nine months for his role in the ball tampering plot during the Cape Town Test.
His remarks came as Cricket Australia on Saturday said it is open to reinvestigating the Sandpaper Gate if there is anyone who has more knowledge about the matter.
Cricket Australia said it is open to reinvestigating the Sandpaper Gate if there is anyone who has more knowledge about the matter.
Cameron Bancroft was caught on camera using sandpaper on the ball in the third Test against South Africa in 2018.
Keeping in mind image of event and sponsors, governing council decides against Smith and Warner.
ICC rules mandate that punishment for a player caught altering the condition of the ball is two levels below the most harsh level.
David Warner, who was vice-captain to Smith with the national team during the Ashes, has been nicknamed 'The Reverend'.
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