Aussie duo disciplined

Haddin and Watson punished for dissent during Dubai defeat

Last Updated: 08/05/09 2:06pm

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Haddin: Not leading by example

Haddin: Not leading by example

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Australian duo Brad Haddin and Shane Watson have been fined following the Twenty20 international against Pakistan on Thursday.

All-rounder Watson was fined 25 per cent of his match fee after he made "verbal and physical signs of dissent" when adjudged lbw by Pakistan umpire Aleem Dar in Dubai.

Australia went on to lose the match by seven wickets and stand-in captain Haddin has also been punished for his actions in the same innings.

The wicketkeeper-batsman was fined 15 per cent of his match fee after he pointed his bat towards umpire Zameer Haider when Andrew Symonds was given out lbw.

Neither player contested the charges.

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