PCB denies reports of Arthur's outburst.

 
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LAHORE -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday strongly refuted reports of an angry outburst by head coach Mickey Arthur at the end of day two of the first Test against South Africa in Centurion. 'The Pakistan team management led by Manager Talat Ali strongly refutes the baseless allegations levelled against head coach Mickey Arthur on his supposed 'angry behaviour,'' a press release issued by the board said. Earlier in the day, a section of the media while quoting unnamed sources had reported that Arthur not only yelled at captain Sarfraz Ahmed and senior players but also threw things against walls to vent his frustration over the dismal performance of the national team. 'As per the norm, Mickey held a...

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