India vs West Indies, Ind vs WI ODI Series 2018: Khalil accepting the violation has accepted the fine imposed by match referee Chris Broad. This clearly means that there is no need for official hearing in this case.
India vs West Indies, Ind vs WI ODI Series 2018: Indian cricket team’s bowler Khalil Ahmed was found guilty of the International Cricket Council’s Code of Conduct for the fourth ODI played against the West Indies. According to the report of the website ‘ESPN’, the official warnings and a demat number were given by the ICC for misbehaving with Marlon Samuels during a match played at Brabourne Stadium in Khalil. After being dismissed by Samuels in Khalil in the 14th over, he was heard saying a word of abuse. He was heard many times saying something in a loud voice. The ICC said on Tuesday, “Khalil has been found guilty of violating Level 1 of ICC Code of Conduct. He violated Article 2-5 (conducting an unfair course against his opponent player or using a language that causes the aggressive reaction of the opponent player during an international match) in Ethics. ”
Khalil accepted the violation and accepted the fine imposed by match referee Chris Broad. This clearly means that there is no need for official hearing in this case. In the fourth match, Khalil Ahmed broke the middle order of the West Indies, then the lower order climbed Kuldeep. Both took three or three wickets. In addition to these two, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja got one success.
In the fourth ODI, Khalil was seen in the form of a fantastic form. Khalil took the wickets at the interval to defeat the West Indies. They sent pavilion to Shimron Hetmayer (13), Rovman Powell (1) and Marlon Samuels (18). However, during this time he could not control his passion and mistreated Marlon Samuels on the field.
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