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'No point creating controversy over Sachin's revelation'

November 05, 2014 10:10 IST
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Sachin Tendulkar reacts. Photograph: BCCI

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Sri Lankan spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan tried to shy away form the limelight and said there is no point creating a controversy over Indian batting icon, Sachin Tendulkar's revelation on Greg Chappell.

“Tendulkar has told the truth and the experiences he went through and spoke from his heart. India should take this in a positive manner and ensure that they don't repeat the same while appointing a coach," Muralitharan said.

Muttiah Muralitharan with Sachin Tendulkar

Muttiah Muralitharan with Sachin Tendulkar. Photograph: Getty Images

The all time highest wicket-taker who's been roped in as Cricket Association of Bengal’s (CAB) spin bowling consultant, refused to comment any further.

"Chappell is no more the Indian coach, he is past so it does not really affect at this point of time. There's no point creating a controversy on it. I don't want to comment anything else," Murali said reacting to Tendulkar's revelation in his autobiography, Playing It My Way, that will hit the stands on Wednesday.

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