Ravindra Jadeja Row Went Too Far: James Anderson

James Anderson said he was stressed as his altercation with Ravindra Jadeja stretched over time and wished the incident had been dealt with on day one.

updated: September 20, 2014 20:23 IST
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Anderson is glad "common sense" prevailed after his altercation with Jadeja.

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London: Reflecting on his infamous altercation with India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, England pace spearhead James Anderson said the matter that brought a great deal of stress to him "went too far" and could have been dealt with on the day of the incident itself. (Anderson Booed by Indian Fans)

"I felt it went too far - the whole process was too much," Anderson was quoted as saying by 'Sky Sports'. "It could have been dealt with on the day, it could have been dealt with after the game but unfortunately it turned into a long, drawn out process but thankfully common sense prevailed in the end," he said.

India had claimed that Anderson shoved Jadejawithout provocation inside the pavillion during the first Test at Trent Bridge in July.

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