Nottingham: England's Stuart Broad faced criticism on Friday after playing on when he should have been given out at a pivotal moment of the third Test with Australia - but most of the anger was directed at umpire Aleem Dar. (Read Day 3 report)
Broad was on 37 when he nicked a delivery from Ashton Agar to Australia captain Michael Clarke at slip, but he stood his ground and was given not out by Dar.
Clarke had already used Australia's two referrals, and Broad's decision to continue sparked a debate over the batsman's ethics, Clarke's decision-making and Dar's future as a Test umpire. (Highlights)