Ashes-2023 / Big blow to the player who came back from retirement after 2 years, ICC gave a big blow

Zoom News : Jun 18, 2023, 07:54 PM
Ashes-2023: The first match of the Ashes Series-2023 between England and Australia is being played in Birmingham. A veteran player is also playing in this match, who came back after breaking his retirement. Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has given a big blow to that player. The ICC has punished that veteran.

Veteran punished

England veteran all-rounder Moeen Ali has been fined on the second day of the opening Ashes Test against Australia. He used 'spray' on his bowling hand and due to this he has been fined 25 percent of the match fee. The International Cricket Council (ICC) gave this information in a statement.

Violation of code of conduct

In a statement issued by the ICC, it was said, 'Moeen Ali has been found guilty of breaching Rule 2.20 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Team Support Personnel. It is related to conduct contrary to the spirit of the game. Please tell that Moin Ali has come back after breaking his retirement. He was selected in the Test team for the Ashes series but he had announced his retirement from this format about two years back.

Demerit points also added

Apart from this, one demerit point has also been added to Moin Ali's disciplinary record. This was the first offense for him in a span of 24 months. This incident is of the 89th over of Australia's innings. Ali was seen using spray on his bowling arm near the boundary line before bowling his over.

Used bowling spray

In addition, one demerit point has been added to Ali's disciplinary record. This was his first offense in a span of 24 months. This incident is of the 89th over of Australia's innings. Ali was seen using spray on his bowling arm near the boundary line before bowling his over.

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