Big Blow for Nicholas Pooran after the third T20I between India

Nicholas Pooran, the West Indies wicketkeeper-batter, has been fined 15% of his match fee for breaching the Level 1 ICC Code of Conduct during the second T20I against India. Pooran violated Article 2.7 of the Code, which pertains to public criticism of an incident in an international match. He criticized the on-field umpires for using a player review on an LBW decision that he believed was not out. Additionally, Pooran received one demerit point for this offense. The match resulted in a thrilling victory for the West Indies, with Pooran playing a crucial role by scoring a swashbuckling 67 off 40 balls. The third T20I between the two teams is scheduled to take place on August 8 at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.

The Fine

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The incident occurred during the fourth over of India’s innings, and Pooran’s comments were deemed to be in violation of the ICC Code of Conduct. As a result, he was fined 15% of his match fee and received one demerit point on his disciplinary record, marking his first offense in a 24-month period.

Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty and a maximum penalty of 50% deduction from a player’s match fee. In addition, one or two demerit points are added to the player’s record.

Nicholas Pooran admitted to the offense and accepted the sanctions proposed by the on-field umpires and match referee Richie Richardson. Consequently, there was no need for a formal hearing.

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West Indies’ victory in the second T20I was led by Pooran’s outstanding batting performance. Chasing a target of 153, he played an aggressive innings of 67 runs from just 40 balls, helping his team secure a thrilling two-wicket victory with seven deliveries to spare.

BThe third T20I is anticipated to be another exciting encounter between the two sides, with India seeking to make a comeback and level the series, while the West Indies aim to extend their lead. Cricket fans can look forward to an intense and gripping contest at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on August 8.

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Nicholas Pooran, the West Indies wicketkeeper-batter, has been fined 15% of his match fee for breaching the Level 1 ICC Code of Conduct during the second T20I against India. Pooran violated Article 2.7 of the Code, which pertains to public criticism of an incident in an international match. He criticized the on-field umpires for using a player review on an LBW decision that he believed was not out. Additionally, Pooran received one demerit point for this offense. The match resulted in a thrilling victory for the West Indies, with Pooran playing a crucial role by scoring a swashbuckling 67 off 40 balls. The third T20I between the two teams is scheduled to take place on August 8 at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.

The Fine

The incident occurred during the fourth over of India's innings, and Pooran's comments were deemed to be in violation of the ICC Code of Conduct. As a result, he was fined 15% of his match fee and received one demerit point on his disciplinary record, marking his first offense in a 24-month period.

Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty and a maximum penalty of 50% deduction from a player's match fee. In addition, one or two demerit points are added to the player's record.

Nicholas Pooran admitted to the offense and accepted the sanctions proposed by the on-field umpires and match referee Richie Richardson. Consequently, there was no need for a formal hearing.

West Indies' victory in the second T20I was led by Pooran's outstanding batting performance. Chasing a target of 153, he played an aggressive innings of 67 runs from just 40 balls, helping his team secure a thrilling two-wicket victory with seven deliveries to spare.

BThe third T20I is anticipated to be another exciting encounter between the two sides, with India seeking to make a comeback and level the series, while the West Indies aim to extend their lead. Cricket fans can look forward to an intense and gripping contest at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on August 8.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram