- ICC fined Team India for slow over-rate in Cape Town Test
- Rahul accepted the charge, so there was no need for a formal hearing.
- India lost this ODI series 0-3
India’s match against Cape Town during South Africa ended with a loss. This ODI team India lost by 4 runs and with this India lost the three match ODI series 0-3. Team India had not yet emerged from the pain of this defeat that the ICC fined them. Yes, ICC has fined KL Rahul-led Team India 40 percent match fee for slow over rate in Cape Town Test.
Giving this information on Monday, the ICC said that KL Rahul’s team had bowled two overs less in the stipulated time. Keeping this in mind, match referee Andy Pycroft fixed the penalty.
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According to a statement issued by the ICC, “In accordance with Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Supporting Team Members (regarding the penalty for the minimum over-rate) 20 percent of the player’s match fee for each over delay. is applied.”
Rahul accepted the charge, so there was no need for a formal hearing. On-field umpires Marais Erasmus and Bongani Jelle, besides third umpire Alauddin Palekar and fourth umpire Adrian Holdstock made the allegations after the match on Sunday. South Africa won the match by four runs to register a resounding 3-0 win in the three-match series.
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Talking about the match, South Africa scored 287 runs while batting first with the help of Quinton de Kock’s brilliant century. During this, de Kock faced 130 balls and played a wonderful innings of 124 runs with the help of 12 fours and two sixes. During his innings, de Kock also shared a brilliant 144 runs for the fourth wicket with Van der Dussen. Krishna, famous for India, took the most three wickets.
Team India, chasing the target, had a very poor start. Captain KL Rahul returned to the pavilion after scoring just 9 runs. After this Shikhar Dhawan (61) along with Virat Kohli (65) took over Team India and there was a partnership of 98 runs between the two players. After these two players returned to the pavilion, it seemed that Team India would lose this match easily, but at one point, Deepak Chahar (54) raised hopes of victory by playing a half-century. But with his wicket in the 48th over, this hope was also shattered. The Indian innings was reduced to 49.2 overs.
(With PTI Inputs)
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