IND vs ENG: Jasprit Bumrah gets punished, ICC reprimands him fiercely

Indian team Currently, India is playing a five-match test series with England. The command of the Indian team is in the hands of opener Rohit Sharma. The Indian team had to face a crushing defeat against England in the first Test match played in Hyderabad. England India won the first test match by defeating India by 28 runs on the fourth day of the test match. England’s star player Ollie Pope performed amazingly in the first test match played. On the other hand, India suffered a second setback after the defeat in the first test. Actually, ICC has found Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah guilty of breaking the code of conduct. On the fourth day of the Hyderabad Test, Jasprit Bumrah was accused of breaking ICC rules. However, Jasprit Bumrah has to face official reprimand for this.

ICC reprimanded Jasprit Bumrah

In the first Test match played, Jasprit Bumrah was bowling in the 81st over of England’s second innings, meanwhile he deliberately came in the way of Ollie Pope. During this, there was a confrontation between Jasprit Bumrah and Ollie Pope. Let us tell you that Jasprit Bumrah took six wickets as a bowler in the first test. However, now the ICC has found Jasprit Bumrah guilty of violating Article 2.12 of the ICC Code of Conduct. According to Article 2.12 of the ICC Code of Conduct, if a player comes into inappropriate physical contact with another player or an umpire, he is declared guilty.

One demerit point added to Jasprit Bumrah’s account

Let us tell you, Jasprit Bumrah was not fined. Because he did this for the first time in the last 24 months. But one demerit point was added to Jasprit Bumrah’s account. Earlier, on-field umpires Paul Riffel and Chris Gaffney, third umpire Marais Erasmus and fourth umpire Rohan Pandit had accused Jasprit Bumrah of breaking the rules.

This is how punishment is decided

It is important to note that when a player reaches four or more negative points within a period of 24 months, he can be suspended. Two suspension points equals a ban from one Test or two ODIs or two T20Is. Demerit points will remain for a period of 24 months, after which they are removed.

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