ICC punished this cricketer who dropped Team India from World Cup


Dubai: 15 of match fees for use of foul language on Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal (Tamim Iqbal) during the third ODI of the World Cup Super League series played in Dhaka against Sri Lanka. Percent penalty has been imposed.

Tamim broke the rules

According to the press release issued by the ICC, Tamim was found guilty of Article 2.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for the players and associate members of the ICC. It mentions ‘the use of abusive language during international matches’.

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May be suspended on the next mistake

With this fine, Tamim Iqbal has added a demerit point in the discipline record. When a player gets 4 or more demerit points within 24 months then he can be suspended.

Tamim apologized

The incident happened in the 10th over of Bangladesh’s innings on Friday, when Tamim Iqbal (Tamim Iqbal) used inappropriate language after an unsuccessful review of the catch behind his wicket. Tamim has apologized for his mistake and hence there is no need for formal action against him now.

Level-1 guilty convicts

On-field umpires Sharafuddaula Ibne Shahid and Tanveer Ahmed, television umpire Ghazi Sohail and fourth official Masoodur Rahman made allegations against Tamim. The minimum penalty for such violations under Level-One is official reprimand while the maximum penalty is 50 percent of the match fee and a penalty of 1 or 2 demerits.

When India was out of WC

It is worth noting that Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh defeated India in the ICC World Cup 2007 due to his excellent batting. Due to this defeat, Team India was eliminated in the World Cup league match itself.


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