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Panesar fined for excessive appealing vs. WIndies

 England's bowler Amjad Khan makes a successful LBW appeal on West Indies' Ramnaresh Sarwan who was out 118 for 3 on the third day of the fifth and fi...
 England's bowler Monty Panesar follows through on a delivery as umpire Russell Tiffin, left, looks on on the third day of the fifth and final cricket...
 England's bowler Monty Panesar, left, and captain Andrew Strauss, center, make an unsuccessful appeal on West Indies batsman Brendan Nash, not shown,...
 England's captain Andrew Strauss, left, talks with bowler Stuart Broad, center, after he had a word with umpire Daryl Harper, right, after a bad over...

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England's bowler Amjad Khan makes a successful LBW appeal on West Indies' Ramnaresh Sarwan who was out 118 for 3 on the third day of the fifth and fi...

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England's bowler Monty Panesar follows through on a delivery as umpire Russell Tiffin, left, looks on on the third day of the fifth and final cricket...

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England's bowler Monty Panesar, left, and captain Andrew Strauss, center, make an unsuccessful appeal on West Indies batsman Brendan Nash, not shown,...

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England's captain Andrew Strauss, left, talks with bowler Stuart Broad, center, after he had a word with umpire Daryl Harper, right, after a bad over...

England spinner Monty Panesar was fined a quarter of his match fee by the ICC on Tuesday for excessive appealing during the fifth test against West Indies.
Panesar made a series of exaggerated appeals during West Indies' first innings as England struggled to bowl Chris Gayle's side out.
England fast bowler Amjad Khan was reprimanded for the same offense, while teammate Stuart Broad has been charged with dissent after he reacted angrily to umpire Daryl Harper's decision to call a bouncer wide.