(Note to readers: 'The Enemy Camp' will be the tongue-in-cheek name for Yahoo! Cricket's coverage of the English press during India's tour of England.)
Cricket has always known to be a gentleman's game and keeping the spirit of the game Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni recalled Ian Bell - who was controversially run out off the final ball before tea for 137 during the second Test at Trent Bridge. Bell's 15th Test hundred guided England back into a position of strength in the match after being bowled out for 221 in the first innings. The day was filled with all kind of drama...let's have a look what British press had to say about the eventful day...
Jonathan Agnew of BBC feels England batsman Ian Bell was lucky India changed their review.
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I don't think India were to blame for taking the bails off and I don't think Kumar was to blame, because he thought it was four runs. If anyone was at fault it was Bell and the people that must take all the credit are the Indian team.