Shakib, Nurul fined for breaching ICC code of conduct:
Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan and squad part Nurul Hasan fined ICC Code of Conduct 25 percent of their match.
charges and furthermore gave one bad mark point each to breach Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct in the fracas that defaced their prevail upon Sri Lanka on Friday (March 16).
The exciting installation, which finished with Bangladesh’s tight win to dump the hosts out of the
competition, handed revolting over the last finished of the previous’ run pursue. Shakib reproved for his
motion amid that over, as he had all the earmarks of being motioning to his batsmen to fall off the field after Mustafizur Rahman was come up short on a conveyance which was first controlled as a no-ball for being the
second bouncer of the over, before the square leg umpire changed his choice.
“The square leg umpire had flagged it a no-ball and after that upon talks, changed the call, which I don’t believe is the correct choice,” Shakib said toward the finish of the match. “I don’t know whether the main bouncer was
called as one for the over yet when the second bouncer was knocked down some pins, the umpire called it a no ball,”
Shakib had said following the limited two-wicket win.
The difference in call additionally provoked a couple of substitutes from the Bangladesh hole – including Nurul – to advance toward the center and face Sri Lanka skipper Thisara Perera.
According to an ICC discharge, the two players conceded and acknowledged the authorizations set up by
coordinate official Chris Broad after charges leveled against the match by on-field umpires Raveendra Wimalasiri and Ruchira Palliyaguruge, third umpire Ranmore Martinesz and fourth umpire Lyndon Hannibal.
“Friday’s occurrences were baffling as you would prefer not to see such player conduct amid any level of cricket. I comprehend that it was a strained and an edge-of-the-situate coordinate with put in the last on hold, yet the activities of the two players were unsuitable and can’t be excused as they plainly went over the edge. Had the
fourth umpire not halted Shakib and the defenders opposing, and afterward the on-field umpires not
mediated amongst Nurul and Thisara, things could have turned out to be more awful,”
“Shakib was found to have ruptured Article 2.1.1:
“Shakib was found to have ruptured Article 2.1.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player
Support Personnel, which identifies with “direct that is in opposition to the soul of the diversion”, while Nurul
discovered blameworthy of abusing Article 2.1.2, which manages “lead that brings the amusement into notoriety”.”
“The occurrence including Shakib occurred in 19.2 over of the Bangladesh innings when he went to the edge
of the limit and signaled at his batsmen to fall off the field while opposing against an umpiring choice. As respects
Nurul, the hold player contended and pointed finger at Sri Lanka commander Thisara Perera which prompted
boisterous open conduct after he was sent by the group on to the field of play to pass on a message
the two batsmen,”the ICC discharge expressed.
There was more inconvenience following the finish of the high-octane apparatus, with the glass entryway of
the guests’ changing area being broken. Be that as it may, the ground staff have kept in touch with Broad saying
the CCTV film doesn’t give definitive proof of who was in charge of the harm.