Shubman Gill docked 15 per cent of his match charge for a social media outburst over his dismissal
INDIA have been fined 100 per cent and Australia 80 per cent of their match charges for sluggish over charges within the World Check Championship ultimate, the Worldwide Cricket Council stated Monday (12).
Indian batsman Shubman Gill was additionally docked 15 per cent of his match charge for a social media outburst after he was controversially caught within the match at The Oval which India misplaced by 209 runs on Sunday (11).
The ICC stated: “India have been dominated to be 5 overs wanting the goal after time allowances have been considered whereas Australia have been discovered to be 4 overs brief.”
India skipper Rohit Sharma and his Australian counterpart Pat Cummins “pled responsible and accepted the proposed sanctions, so there was no want for formal hearings”, it added.
There was controversy on day 4 when Gill was caught by Cameron Inexperienced, however doubts have been raised over the validity of the all-rounder’s low, one-handed seize.
TV official Richard Kettleborough dominated it out.
Replays indicated Inexperienced had his fingers beneath the ball, however Gill posted a much less definitive nonetheless picture of the catch on Twitter shortly after stumps – accompanied by two magnifying glasses and a “face palm” emoji.
The ICC stated Gill’s response amounted to “public criticism of, or inappropriate remark in relation to an incident occurring in a global match”.
One demerit level was added to Gill’s disciplinary report.