Hussain calls Indian fielders 'donkeys'
In a controversial remark, former England skipper Nasser Hussain equated some of the Indian fielders to 'donkeys' during the T20 match between India and England.
Hussain said that he was amazed the way some of the Indian fielders chased the ball. "I would say the difference between the two side is the fielding. I do believe that India have few... three or four very good fielders and one or two donkeys in the field still," Hussain said.
However, he did not specify the names of the fielder who he termed as donkeys. So far, India has not registered any formal complaints against Nasser Hussain. However, it is expected that the war of word could escalate between the former players of both the nations.