Ahmedabad: India beat England by 36 points in the last game of the T20 five-game series. With this, India captured the 3–2 series. In the fifth game of the series, India had given England a big goal of 225 points by hitting the first, which allowed England to score just 188 points in 20 overs. However, even after the series victory, the ICC imposed a penalty on the Indian team for slowing down.
India fined 40% of match fees
India has been fined 40% of match fees by the ICC for slowing the rate. The penalty was imposed by ICC elite panel match referee Javagal Srinath for throwing the Indian team led by Virat Kohli at twice slower than the scheduled time. The ICC said in a statement: “Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Support Staff concerns minimum speed violations, in which players are fined 20% of the cost of match for every slow pass “.
Please say that Virat Kohli has accepted the proposed sanction, so there is no need to hold a formal hearing. The charges were made by field referees Anil Chaudhary and Nitin Menon and third referee KN Anant Padmanabhan.
India won T20 series after test
India beat England in the second straight series against England in the current round. India beat England 3-1 in the first round of testing. India came back strong after losing the first match of the Test Series. India also beat England 3–2 in the T20 series after winning the Test series. This is India’s sixth consecutive victory in the T20 series. India will now face England in the ODI Series from March 23.
Virat Kohli is the star of this series
Indian captain Virat Kohli turned out to be the star of the T20 series against England. Virat stole a total of 3 half centuries in the 5 game series. Virat has scored a total of 231 tries in this entire series, which is a record. Virat, who has gone through continued poor form, has made a big comeback in this series.