"I was wrong to swear and lose my temper during England's defeat against Bangladesh and I apologised straightaway to umpire Daryl Harper. But I think it was ludicrous to play a da-/night match in the World Cup that was so heavily influenced by the dew," writes Graeme Swann in The Sun.
It felt like playing football with both hands tied behind my back. The ball was changed three times in total but it should have been changed every two or three overs. Of course, the dew wasn't the umpires' fault but every time the replacement rolled across the outfield, it became drenched. I try to spin the ball hard, so I need to be able to grip it. I was getting more and more frustrated because the wicket was such a good one to bowl spin on.