Rishabh Pant fined 100% match fee for breach of conduct

Mumbai: Delhi Capital’s captain Rishabh Pant and trainer Praveen Amre had been fined closely through the BCCI after the no-ball controversy towards Rajasthan Royals on Friday. 

Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant and assistant trainer Pravin Amre have been each fined 100% in their event charges, with Amre additionally passed a one-match ban.

Delhi Pacer Shardul Thakur has additionally been fined 50% of the event price for his behaviour.

All hell broke out when the Delhi staff wanted 24 runs off 4 deliveries as Rovman Powell hit a complete toss ball out of the park, to hit his third consecutive six of the over. Umpire deemed the ball prison however Rishabh Pant concept in a different way.

The captain demanded the umpire to visit the 3rd umpire and come to a decision whether or not the ball was once above the waist of the batsman or no longer. However, the umpire stood his floor, to which Rishabh Pant and trainer Praveen Amre signalled to name their avid gamers again.

The group stored chanting ‘cheater cheater’ because the drama spread out on the Wankhade Stadium Mumbai.

Rishabh and trainer Amre’s behaviour has been condemned through many cricketing legends. Former England captain and batter Kevin Pietersen, who was once on the Wankhede Stadium running for host broadcaster Superstar Sports activities, referred to as Pant and Amre’s movements ‘unacceptable’.

“The behaviour of Delhi right here, I don’t suppose that might have came about if Ricky Ponting was once there,” Pietersen mentioned at the post-match display on Friday.


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