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Shane Warne reprimanded Indian bowlers for slow over-rate

Shane Warne reprimanded Indian bowlers for slow bowling against Australia in the first ODI. India completed their 50 overs in the first ODI for four hours and six minutes in which they lost by 66 runs. The match was to end at 10 pm, Australia time but it was delayed by an hour.

“The batsmen were ready at the crease but the bowlers were not present on their bowling mark.” They were just wandering around. Warne described it as absurd. Even Steve Smith admitted after the match that it was the longest 50-over match in all the matches he played.

The Indian cricket team was fined 20 per cent of the match fees for slow over-rate against Australia in the opening ODI of the series in Sydney. International Cricket Council (ICC) Match Referee David Boon imposed this penalty. The ICC said in a statement issued on Saturday, “According to the ICC’s code of conduct for minimum over-speed violation, players are fined 20 per cent of their match fees from each over if they are not able to bowl within the stipulated time. is applied.’

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