London: England captain Alastair Cook believes India's complaint against James Anderson is a tactic designed to unsettle his key bowler.
Anderson was charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday for allegedly "abusing and pushing" Ravindra Jadeja during the first Test between the two sides at Trent Bridge last week.
Cook, though, believes India's actions are designed to unsettle his go-to bowler.
When asked if he thought India were trying to get Anderson banned or rattle him he said: "I think so, I think that's pretty much where it's come from. It's a probably a little bit of a tactic by India."
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