London: Mahendra Singh Dhoni's insistence to press charges against James Anderson came under attack from the British media which said it "smacked of opportunism" and the exoneration of the paceman was "humiliation" for India.
The Judicial Commisioner Gordon Lewis found both Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja not guilty in an alleged pushing incident.
"... a finding that represents clear humiliation for India and their captain MS Dhoni, who initiated proceedings after a spat between the two at Trent Bridge," wrote the Daily Telegraph under headline, 'India humiliated as England's James Anderson in clear'.
The Daily Mail came up with another scathing piece under the headline, 'India need to MAN UP after embarrassing farce of charges against James Anderson.'
It said: "What an absolute joke that was. It should never have reached the stage where they were involving lawyers, defendants and witnesses, like some serious court case."
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