India's Irfan Pathan, looks on during the team practice in Durban, South Africa. Sending out a stern message to
non-performers, the Board of Control for Cricket in India today called back struggling paceman Irfan Pathan midway
through the Test series in South Africa. BCCI Chief Administrative Officer Ratnakar Shetty said the team management
and chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar had asked Pathan to play in the remaining two rounds of Ranji Trophy domestic
cricket tournament. The Baroda seamer, who was not included in the team for India's first Test against South Africa,
disappointed in the preceding one-day series, picking only one wicket in three matches at an economy rate of 6.47. He
scored 55 runs in three innings, which included an unbeaten knock of 47 runs.