Pakistani Cricketer Sarfraz Ahmed In Danger of Being Suspended Following Latest Fine byICC
Pakistan has been fined for keeping up a moderate over-rate in the Lord’s Test against England, which the guests won by nine wickets on Sunday to go one-up in the two-Test arrangement.
The ICC’s Code of Conduct states players are fined 10 per cent of their match fee “for every over their side fails to bowl in the allotted time, with the captain fined double that amount.”
Sarfraz should now tread painstakingly after his first offense; should a Pakistan side he chiefs submit another over-rate break in a Test inside the following a year, the wicketkeeper could confront a suspension.
Britain have affirmed that they’ve dropped opener Mark Stoneman to the detriment of Keaton Jennings for the second Test at Headingley, which gets in progress Friday.