Indian players have been fined again for slow over-rate. India copped one more fine for their keeping up a delayed over-rate in the fifth and last T20 against New Zealand in Tauranga on Sunday on the second of February in the wake of being discovered one over shy of the objective after the time recompenses were contemplated. The Rohit Sharma drove unit was docked 20 percent of their match expense.
This is the second sequential game where India was discovered shy of the objective, having just lost 40 percent of their charge for the former game in the wake of being gotten two overs behind the imprint in Wellington.
Match Referee Chris Broad forced the approval as per Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which identifies with minimum over-rate offenses, where the players are fined 20 percent of the match charges for each over their side neglects to bowl in the allocated time. On-documented umpires Chris Brown and Shaun Haig, and third umpire Ashley Mehrotra leveled the charge. Stand-in skipper for the night, Rohit has accepted his mistake so no formal hearing was required.