The International Cricket Council (ICC) has fined South African quick bowler Vernon Philander, taking part in his final Test match. He is awarded a demerit level for Philander's conduct after the dismissal of England batsman Jose Butler on the second day of the continued fourth Test at Wanders Stadium.
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The ICC mentioned in a press release on Sunday, "South Africa fast bowler Philander was fined 15 percent of the match fees for violating Level-1 of the ICC code of conduct on the second day of the fourth Test against England at the Wanders Stadium. has gone."
Vernon Philander accused England of misbehaving after dismissing batsman Butler. <! –
Apart from imposing a penalty of 15 % of the match charges, he has additionally been given a demerit level.
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However, Vernon Philander is but to play a Test match as he has already introduced that he’ll retire from worldwide cricket after this collection.