Delhi Capitals slapped with fine: Rishabh Pant, Shardul Thakur, Pravin Amre fined for breaching IPL Code of Conduct
Delhi Capitals slapped with fine:: Delhi Capitals’ Rishabh Pant, Shardul Thakur, Pravin Amre slapped with fines for breaching IPL Code of Conduct. Rishabh Pant, Pravin Amre, Shardul Thakur fined after controversial end to RR match.
The Delhi captain was angered by the referees’ decision not to go his team’s way and opposed the decision and called back his bats to the duckout.
Team captain Rishabh Bandh and assistant coach Pravin Amre have been fined their full match fees following the Delhi Capitals’ protest during Friday’s match against Rajasthan Royals.
In the last over of the match, on-field umpires did not call for no-ball on a delivery that was allegedly over Delhi batter Rovman Powell’s waist.
Angered by the referees’ refusal to send the decision to a third referee, Pant called his batters back to the dugout. He then sent Amre to the field to argue Delhi’s case with the arbitrators is against the fair play.
Delhi Capitals’ assistant coach Pravin Amre walked out to the pitch to have a word with the umpires which resulted in against the IPL code of conduct.
As a result, Bandh was admitted to Level 2 offense under Section 2.7 for violating the IPL Code of Conduct and was fined 100 per cent of his match fee, the IPL statement said.
Amre admitted to the Level 2 offence under Article 2.2 of the IPL Code of Conduct and has been fined 100 percent of his match-fee and will also receive a one-match ban.
Additionally, Shardul Thakur has been sanctioned 50 percent of his match-fee for a Level 2 offence under Article 2.8
Delhi Capitals slapped with fine details.
- Rishab Pant – Full Match Fee (100% Fine)
- Pravin Amre – Full Match Fee (100% Fine)
- Shardul Thakur – Half Match Fee (50% Fine)
“Look, it was very disappointing what happened in that last over. We weren’t able to put things together for long enough throughout that game up until that point,” Shane Watson said at the post-match press conference.
“In the end, Delhi Capitals don’t stand for what happened in the final over. The umpire’s decision, whether it’s right or wrong, we have to accept. Someone running onto the field. It’s not acceptable, we simply weren’t good enough.” Said Watson.
“I think it is the umpires that control the game. There is a lot of pressure and tension in the IPL. Things can go either way, when you have a situation like that, in the end, the umpires control the situation. And the game went on. That’s how I look at it. I don’t think I can really dictate what is acceptable and what’s not. At the end of the day, it is the players out there who play and the umpires have a tough job in terms of calling the game and our job as support staff is basically to support the players out there and let the game be played,” said Sangakkara
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Delhi Capitals skipper Rishabh Pant also seemed to have asked batters Rovman Powell and Kuldeep Yadav to come back to the dugout. A few minutes later, Delhi Capitals’ assistant coach Pravin Amre walked out to the middle and had a word with the umpire.