Cricket: Lehmann still loves new job, vows to learn from Broad bust-up
LONDON (AFP) - Australia cricket coach Darren Lehmann has promised to learn from the Ashes controversy sparked by his scathing attack on England's Stuart Broad.
Lehmann, speaking in a radio interview last week, accused Broad of "blatant cheating" following the pace bowler's decision not to walk after edging a catch at Trent Bridge.
Lehmann, whose team were beaten 3-0 by England over the five-Test series, also called on the Australian public to make life so difficult for Broad during the Ashes rematch in Australia later this year that he will want to cry and go home.
The comments earned Lehmann a fine of 20 per cent of his match fee from the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval, which ended in a draw on Sunday.