Media stories stated Kaur might be fined 75 per cent of her match price and can be in peril of a two-game suspension
INDIAN girls’s cricket captain Harmanpreet Kaur was criticised on Tuesday (25) for being a foul instance after she smashed the stumps and took a verbal swipe at umpires in a match towards Bangladesh.
Media stories stated Kaur might be fined 75 per cent of her match price and can be in peril of a two-game suspension for her behaviour within the one-day worldwide, which led to a uncommon tie on Saturday (22).
Kaur hit the stumps after being given out on 14 and later stated the umpiring was “pathetic”.
She was then heard telling her reverse quantity Nigar Sultana to ask the umpires on stage after the post-match presentation, forcing the Bangladesh gamers to decide out of a joint photograph session.
“I’ve been watching cricket for a very long time, however have by no means seen anybody behave that method India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur did after the sport,” former girls’s captain Diana Edulji wrote in her column within the Indian Specific on Tuesday.
“She has set a foul instance for her teammates. I say that as a result of juniors look as much as seniors and this, over a time frame, can influence the group tradition,” Edulji stated.
“It was deplorable to see Harmanpreet name the umpires to pose with the Bangladesh group, suggesting that they have been a part of the group and enjoying for them.”
Indian males’s World Cup winner Madan Lal additionally blasted Kaur.
“Harmanpreet’s behaviour towards the Bangladesh girls’s group was pathetic,” Lal tweeted.
“She is just not greater than the sport. She acquired a really unhealthy title for Indian cricket. BCCI (Board of Management for Cricket in India) ought to take very strict disciplinary motion.”