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This Is The Reason Why Team India Fined 20% In 2nd ODI Against West Indies

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Just like if you don’t maintain a proper balance in a bank you have to pay a fine, similarly in the game of cricket you have to pay a fine if you have a slow over rate. Just like if you don’t maintain a proper balance in a bank you have to pay a fine, similarly in the game of cricket you have to pay a fine if you have a slow over rate.

According to recent reports and sources. Due to the slow over rate, the Indian team was fined 20 percent of the match fee. At the same time, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan) has accepted the mistake regarding the slow over rate.

Due to the slow over rate, the Indian team was fined 20 percent of the match fee. At the same time, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan) has accepted the mistake regarding the slow over rate.

 

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The Indian team defeated the West Indies by 3 runs in the first ODI match, but a 20 percent match fee fine was imposed on the Indian team. Due to the slow over rate (Slow Over Rate) on the Indian team, a fine of 20 percent of the match fee was imposed. At the same time, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan) has accepted the mistake regarding the slow over rate. This fine was imposed on the Indian captain by match referee Richie Richardson.

 

20 percent fine of match fee

1 over was bowled less by the Indian team till that time. In addition to the players, the support staff was fined 20 percent of the match fee. Significantly, the Indian team defeated the host West Indies by 3 runs in the first ODI match. West Indies needed 15 runs to win in the last over, but Mohammad Siraj scored just 11 runs in that over. At that time, West Indies batsmen Romero Shepherd and Okil Hausen were at the crease. The Indian team defeated the West Indies by 3 runs in the first ODI match, but a 20 percent match fee fine was imposed on the Indian team. Due to the slow over rate (Slow Over Rate) on the Indian team, a fine of 20 percent of the match fee was imposed. At the same time, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan) has accepted the mistake regarding the slow over rate. This fine was imposed on the Indian captain by match referee Richie Richardson.

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20 percent fine of match fee

1 over was bowled less by the Indian team till that time. In addition to the players, the support staff was fined 20 percent of the match fee. Significantly, the Indian team defeated the host West Indies by 3 runs in the first ODI match. West Indies needed 15 runs to win in the last over, but Mohammad Siraj scored just 11 runs in that over. West Indies batsmen Romero Shepherd and Okil Hausen were at the crease at that time.

 

Indian team leads 1-0 in the series

At the same time, earlier the Indian team batted first and scored 308 runs for 7 wickets in 50 overs. It is to be noted that before this the host West Indies had to face a crushing defeat against Bangladesh. In the ODI series, West Indies failed to win a single match against Bangladesh. At the same time, the West Indies team has lost 6 consecutive ODI matches against India since 2018.

 

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