South Africa fined for slow over rate by ICC
CRICDOT DESK : The host country, South Africa, was fined 20% of the match fee for maintaining a slow overestimation of India at its second ODI in Pearl on Friday (January 21st). I did. Referee Andy Picroft of games imposed sanctions after the team of Temba Bavma was considered close to the goal after considering the match time. Bavma pleaded guilty to the crime, accepted the proposed sanctions, and eliminated the need for a formal inquiry.
In accordance with Section 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Staff in connection with the
Minimum Violation, players will be fined 20% of the game fee each time the team overruns. Allotted time. On-field referees Marais Erasmus and Adrian Holdstock, third referee Bonganigere and fourth referee Allauhudien Palekar arranged for the charge.
South Africa has already won Game 1 with 31 runs, then chased 288 goals with 11 balls remaining, scoring an unattackable 20 lead in the series. The Dead Rubber Third and Final ODI will take place on Sunday (January 23rd) in Cape Town.
South Africa also topped the run scored by India. Hesekhelei crossed the target of 26 runs. Even with 11 balls and 3 wickets in hand. In a word, despite scoring 26 runs, India could not get to South Africa. The Proteas ensured such a great victory by keeping the three-match ODI series 1 match in hand.
India lost the first match by 31 runs against South Africa In the second match, India won the toss and elected to bat. Lokesh Rahul scored 55 runs and Rishabh Pant scored 75 runs.
In response, South African opener Quinton de Kock hit the Indian bowlers with the bat. He played 6 balls with 6 boundaries and 3 sixes and scored 7 runs. Later, Kok got out at the pace of Shardul Tagore.