And that's why you don't walkFrom Cricinfo's bulletin of today's match:
"Kaif had survived a vociferous appeal for a catch behind early on – Gilchrist had words when he didn't walk"Taking the word of the correspondent (as I didn't see the match - boo hoo), I wonder if Kaif didn't ask Gilchrist to go and stuff himself. I am a huge fan of Gilchrist, but here he was way out of line. No need to expect others to walk if you do it, that too only as a personal policy that even most members of your own team are loath to follow.
In the end, every run made a difference and if Kaif had not let the umpire do his job, India would have lost. Perhaps Gilly was just a little frustrated with the pitch and possibility (then) of defeat in a tight match. Mike Brearley in his Art of Captaincy spells out the difference between "walking" and "claiming a catch falsely" and he is right.