IND vs ENG: ICC can ban Virat Kohli for 2 ODI matches after having a heated exchange with Jos Buttler | IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli could get a big punishment, had to fight with Jos Buttler

New Delhi: India beat England by 36 points in the final game of the T20 five-game series. With this victory, India won the series 3–2. In Game 5 of the series, India had given England a big goal of 225 points by hitting first, in response to which England could only score 188 points by dropping 8 wickets. In this match, during the England rounds, there was an argument between Jos Buttler and Indian captain Virat Kohli, due to which ICC may ban some matches.

Kohli rages on Butler

In fact, when Bhuvneshwar Kumar took the wicket from Jos Buttler, he got out and started walking towards the lodge. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli said something angrily to this English batsman, after which Butler started to come back on the pitch and gave him an answer to the Indian captain and walked off the pitch.

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Kohli said something to the referee

Indian team captain Virat Kohli was seen saying something to the field referee after Jos Buttler returned to the clubhouse. At that time, English drummer David Malan (Dawid Malan) was also present on the pitch. Now, the dispute between Kohli and Butler has yet to be revealed.

ICC may be banned on Kohli

After an argument with Butler, the ICC can ban certain matches on Virat Kohli. There are currently two demerit points in Virat’s account. According to the ICC demerit point, if a player earns four or more demerit points over a 2-4 month period, the demerit points are converted to suspension points. Due to two suspension points, the player is banned for a test match or two one-day internationals or two T20 internationals. In such a situation, under Article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct, an allegation can be made about Kohli and he can be banned.

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