Angladesh was penalized for sustaining a slow defeat against Sri Lanka at the first ODI in Colombo on Friday.
Chris Broad of the Emirates ICC Elite Referees’ Group imposed a fine after Tamim Iqbal’s team were two goals below their target after taking into account the season.
According to Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Players Support Personnel, which refers to minor breaches of the player rate, players will be fined 10% of the gaming fees if they do not roll within the set time. with the captain twice as much fine.
As such, Tamim was fined 40 percent of his gaming fee while his players were fined 20 percent. Tamim pleaded guilty to the game and accepted the proposed sanction, so no formal hearing was required.
The referees on the field, Nitin Menon and Raveendra Wilamasari, and the third referee, Marais Erasmus, downgraded the charges.