Cricket World Cup

While trying to stop the batting fielder the ICC reduced Bumrah’s point

While trying to stop the batting fielder the ICC reduced Bumrah’s point. Indian fast bowlers have been found guilty of violating the Code of Conduct by the ICC.

According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), Jasprit Bumrah violated Article 2.12 of the Code of Conduct Level 1. Jasprit Bumrah was given a demerit point for violating the code of conduct. The incident occurred in the 81st over of the first Test in England.

According to ICC, Jasprit Bumrah deliberately came in the way of Oli Pop while taking runs, Bumrah tried to collide inappropriately with Oli Pop. Jasprit Bumrah has accepted ICC’s punishment for violating the code of conduct.

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In the first test, the Indian team suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of England

The Indian team got caught in the trap of the spin wicket laid for England, Tom Hartley made the target of 231 runs a dream for the Indian team in Hyderabad Deccan.

Hartley, who played the first Test, sent 7 Indian batsmen to the pavilion and England won by 28 runs.

English batsman Ollie Pope, who played a memorable innings of 196 runs for England in the second innings, was declared the player of the match.

On the fourth day in Hyderabad, England advanced the second innings by 316 runs with 6 out, Oli Pope batted brilliantly, Rehan Ahmed scored 28 runs and Tom Hartley scored 34 runs to support Oli Pope.



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Mark Wood failed to score, Ollie Pope was unlucky and got out just 4 runs short of a double century.

A 190-run lead in the first innings gave India a target of 231 runs, in pursuit of which captain Rohit Sharma and Yashwhi Jaiswal laid the foundations for 42 runs. Then the magic of Tom Hartley’s Spain came and one by one the Indian batsmen were sent to the pavilion.

Joe Root and injury-prone Jack Leach walked 1, 1. Bumrah and Siraj added 25 runs for the last wicket but Hartley dismissed Siraj to give England victory by 28 runs.

For the first time, India suffered a Test defeat at home after taking a lead of 190 runs in the first innings.

Hartley, who played his first Test, took 7 catches in the innings and 9 in the match, Oli Pop was named man of the match. England leads 0-1 in the 5-test series.

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