Jun 19, 4 years ago

Alastair Cook fined for slow over-rate in Lord’s Test

Alastair Cook fined for slow over-rate in Lord’s Test

England Team has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate against Sri Lanka in the Lord’s first Test, which ended in a dramatic draw on last week.

Andy Phycroft of the EEP of ICC Match referees imposed the fines considering their slow over a rate for the opposition.

According to that decision made by the ICC, the England captain Alastair cook being fined 2o percent of his match fee, while his team mates 10 percent fines.

© sportsinfo staff | Triomedia PPL

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