IND vs AUS: Team India’s players celebrated with a great victory.. ICC gave a huge shock.. What is it?

Ravindra Jadeja: In the first match, India won by an innings of 132 runs. ICC gave bad news to Ravindra Jadeja who is enjoying this success.

In the first match of the four-Test series against Australia at Nagpur, India won by an innings of 132 runs. ICC has given bad news to the team India players who are enjoying this victory. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 25 percent of the match fee by the ICC. Also, the ICC found Jadeja guilty of level-1 violations and imposed this fine. Also imposed one demerit point.

ICC has released a statement to this effect. The ICC said that Jadeja violated Article 2.20 of its code of conduct during the first Test match in Nagpur.

Fine for Jadeja..

It was the 46th over of Australia’s first innings. On the first day of the match, on February 9, Jadeja was seen applying cream on his finger. A video of Jadeja taking something from Mohammad Siraj and putting it on his left hand finger has gone viral on the net. Because of this, the Australian media called Jadeja a cheater. However, the Indian team management said that Jadeja has injured his finger and cream has been applied to his left hand. But the ICC fined him for doing it without the permission of the on-field umpires.

Jadeja who accepted the mistake..

In its statement, the ICC said that Jadeja accepted his mistake and accepted the punishment imposed by ICC match referee Andy Precroft, so no formal inquiry was required. The match referee admitted that Jadeja applied the cream on his finger only for medical reasons and that he did not intend to tamper with the ball. It didn’t even change the condition of the ball. On-field umpires Nitin Menon, Richard Lingworth, third umpire Michael Goff, fourth umpire KN Ananthapadmanabhan Jadeja were charged.

Jadeja as player of the match..

In this match, Jadeja performed brilliantly with both bat and ball. That’s why he was adjudged player of the match. In the first innings, he showed dots to the Australian players. In the first innings, he bowled 22 overs and scored 47 runs and took five wickets. After that, he excelled with the bat and played an innings of 70 runs. Jadeja faced 185 balls and hit nine fours. Jadeja took two wickets in the second innings.

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