After dropping Hamilton ODI, Team India fined for the third consecutive time because of gradual over charge

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Indian cricket staff defeated New Zealand by four wickets in Hamilton ODI and took a 1-Zero lead within the three-match collection. In this match, Team India was fined 80 p.c of the match charges for gradual over charge. The second ODI of the collection might be performed on 8 February. Chris Broad of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees imposed the penalty after Virat Kohli's staff was discovered responsible of throwing 4 overs slower within the stipulated time of bowling.

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According to Section 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Staff, if the staff is unable to bowl all the over within the stipulated time, then gamers should pay a penalty of 20 p.c of their match charges per over.

The ICC mentioned that Kohli accepted the penalty and therefore there was no want for an official listening to. <! –

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                 The fees had been set by discipline umpires Sean Hague and Langton Roussere, third umpire Bruce Oxenford and fourth umpire Chris Brown.

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Earlier within the final two matches of the 5 match T20 collection on the present tour, Team India was fined for gradual over charge.

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