The global governing body of cricket, International Cricket Council (ICC) is adopting some harsh methods to maintain the dignity of the game. In a recent Incident, as Windies vs Bangladesh 2018 series is going on, ICC has fined Bangladeshi fast bowler, Abu Hider Rony 20 per cent of his match fees for using foul language.
Hider is sanctioned for breaching ICC’s code of conduct during the second Twenty20 International game against Windies at Lauderhill in Florida.
As per the reports, the Bangladeshi speedster, Hider is fined after being accused of using bad language. He has allegedly used misappropriate words and thus breached Article 2.1.4 of the world cricketing board.
This article is about the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support that briefs about the “using of language or a gesture that is obscene, offensive or insulting.”
Besides fining, the 22-year old; Hider receives a demerit point as well. On the previous occasion, he received a warning from the on-field umpire for similar kind of misconduct.
This incident took place in the second innings of the game. In the fourteenth over of the match, Rovman Powell hit Bangladeshi seamer for a maximum to which he responded with unacceptable words on the cricketing field in particular.
Windies Vs Bangladesh 2018: Abu Hider responds after using foul language:
The Bangladeshi seamer, Abu Hider accepted his mistake as he admitted the offence done by him. His brace to the little means there will not be any formal hearing. Chris Broad, who is one of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC dispense this to impose fine on Hider.
He owed by on-field umpires Leslie Reifer and Joel Wilson along with third umpire Gregory Brathwaite. The fourth umpire, Nigel Duguid also took part in charging him up after the culmination of the match.
In the meantime, Bangladesh equalled the series with 1-1 against Windies which took place in Lauderhill, Florida. The two teams will face in a decider on August 6 at the same venue.