In the 2nd T20I of England they were fined 20% of the match fee for Indian players for a higher rate.© BCCI Women / Twitter
On Monday, Harmanpreet Kaur, who headed India, was fined 20 per cent of its share for keeping the rate slow over England in the second T20I Women’s Hove. Phil Whitticas of the ICC International Jury of International Jurisdiction imposed the sentence after deciding that the Kaurren team was less than the target after considering the time bonuses. In accordance with section 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Support Workers, under the minimum rate of offense, players are fined 20 percent of their match fees for the time allotted to each of the side tiles given to the Bowl. .
“Kaur accepted the proposed Penalties as the culprit of the crime, so there was no need for a formal hearing,” the ICC official said in a statement.
Field referees Ian Blackwell and Paul Baldwin, third referee Sue Redfern and fourth referee Tim Robinson equalized.
Deepti Sharma, the player in the second T20I match against England on Sunday, caused a collapse, which helped give India a return to the series.
The late return of the rotators, made up of Poonam Yadav, Sneh Rana and Deepti, helped India defeat England in the second race of the second T20I.
India and England will play the third and final T20I on Wednesday.
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