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    Bad Boys of Cricket

    • In-Your-Face: Harbhajan Singh has always been in the news for his in-your-face attitude. His mood changes with his form and has faced serious code of conduct violations throughout his cricket career. He slapped S Sreesanth during the first season of the IPL and was also alleged for racially abusing Andrew Symonds in Sydney Test match. (AP Photo)

    • Beer Freak: The Englishman was also remembered for the 'Fredalo' incident, in which he was seen intoxicated on a pedalo boat off the coast of St Lucia after England had played their first World Cup match in 2007. Flintoff was also stripped of his vice-captaincy following the incident and blamed for England's poor show in the event. (AFP Photo)

    • Talkative! All talk and no play has resulted in S Sreesanth being axed from the Indian team. From shoulder-barging Michael Vaughan to being on the receiving end of Harbhajan Singh's wrath, Sreesanth has been a nuisance on and off the cricket field. BCCI has issued a final warning to the badly behaved fast bowler which is now a major threat to his career. (IPL 2010/Getty Images)

    • Indisciplined: Andrew Symonds was sent home from the Twenty20 World Cup, 2009 for an 'alcohol-related incident'. He was also sent to a rehabilitation center after being suspended for missing a team meeting earlier that year. Following that Symonds was in the news for being involved in several bar brawls, which led to his axing from the Australian team. (IPL 2010/Getty Images)

    • Failing test: The dope-tainted Pakistan's fast bowler was banned for a year after he tested positive for banned anabolic steroid nandrolone. He was also detained in Dubai for nearly three weeks under suspicion of carrying drugs. (AP Photo)

    • Derailed: The 'Rawalpindi Express' has been derailed on many occasions in his career. His aggressive attitude has always acted against his growth on the field. He was reported for 'chucking' in 1999 but after getting clearance the next year, he was also reportedly involved in brawls with both his teammates and former coach Bob Woolmer. (AFP Photo)

    • Committed? Someone, who has loads of talent but often in the news for the wrong reasons, Yuvraj Singh has made tabloids for his high-flying social life. His lack of commitment for the Kings XI Punjab this year along with constant news of security breaches has made Yuvraj's popularity come soaring down. (AP Photo)