They say do not hail as soon as you shave your head. The same has happened with the South Africa cricket team. After the loss in the first ODI, now before the second ODI, he also had to loosen the pockets. That too in our own country. In its own host. But what can you do The rules of cricket are one for everyone. Then the wrongdoer is inside or outside. By the way, after eating mouth in the first ODI against Pakistan, now also know the reason for which the African team had to loosen the pockets. Actually, he was fined 20 percent of the match fees. And, he had to fall victim to this fine because he was found guilty of slow over rate in the first ODI.
The match referee Andrew Pycroft was fined 20% of the match fee for the South Africa team. The match referee found that the South African team had bowled one over less than the entire over of the quota within the stipulated time. Doing so comes under the minimum over-rate for any team under article 2.22 of ICC Code of Conduct. South Africa captain Temba Bauma has admitted a mistake regarding the slow over rate. Therefore, there will be no further hearing in this matter. The South Africa team was fined following allegations made by umpires Erasmus, Holdstoke, Palekar and Jale.
South Africa had scored 273 runs in the first ODI and gave 274 runs to Pakistan. Pakistan had chased the score on the last ball in an exciting way with the help of their captain Babar Azam’s 103-run century innings. Now the second ODI of the series has started between the two teams, in which Pakistan is bowling once again after winning the toss. And South Africa has been put on the batting.