IND vs SA: After the defeat against South Africa, another blow to India, the ICC imposed a heavy fine

India vs South Africa: India had to face defeat by an innings and 32 runs in the first match of the test series against South Africa. Team India had to face another difficulty after this defeat. The ICC has imposed a fine on the Indian team. Team India has been fined 10 per cent of the match fee. After the defeat, the Indian team has also lost two points from the World Test Championship.

The first match of the Test series between India and South Africa was played in Centurion. In this match, the Indian team under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma bowled two overs less. Due to this, 2 World Test Championship points have been deducted from team India. Apart from this, the ICC also imposed a fine of 10 per cent of the match fee. Chris Broad of the Emirates ICC Elite Match Referees Panel awarded this punishment to India after falling two overs short of the target.

According to ICC rules, if the team fails to bowl a certain number of overs in the stipulated time, it is considered a slow over-rate offence. In such a situation, players are fined 5 per cent of the match fee for each over. Team India bowled 2 fewer overs against South Africa. For this he was fined 10 percent of the amount of the match.

Let us tell you that Team India is currently in the sixth position in the World Test Championship points table. India has suffered a lot from the defeat against South Africa. He has also lost 2 points along with the match fee. South Africa is at the top. While Pakistan is in second place. New Zealand is in third place and Bangladesh is fourth. Speaking of Australia, it is at number five.

Related posts

Leave a Comment