Rahul Dravid was infamously criticised by the media for refusing to enforce the follow-on against England at The Oval during India's tour of the UK in 2007.
Having bowled England out for 345 to take a first-innings lead of 319 runs, Dravid's side batted a further 58 overs in their second innings, setting England an improbable target of 500. Kevin Pietersen's century denied India a thumping 2-0 series win. Dravid consumed 96 balls for just 12 runs during India's second innings a batting statistic that drew further criticism.
Even as Dravid stood ground defending his decision, senior pace bowler Zaheer Khan contradicted his captain's justification.