England captain banned for next ODI for slow over-rate

Eoin Morgan

Britain chief Eoin Morgan has been suspended for the following one-day universal and fined 40% of his match expense for a moderate over-rate amid the six-wicket win against Pakistan on Tuesday.

It is Morgan’s second such offense inside a year after Britain was blameworthy of a moderate over-rate against the West Nonmainstream players in February.

Morgan will miss Friday’s fourth ODI against Pakistan at Trent Extension.

Britain leads the five-coordinate arrangement 2-0.

“Britain was ruled to be two overs short after time remittances were contemplated,” the Global Cricket Chamber said in an announcement.

They took very nearly four hours to bowl their 50 overs in Bristol.

Additionally taught by the ICC was Jonny Bairstow, who was denounced for hitting the stumps with his bat when he was expelled in the 29th over.

The wicketkeeper-batsman struck a thrilling century as Britain effectively pursued 359 to succeed at Bristol’s Province Ground.

The remainder of the Britain players has likewise been fined 20% of their match charges for the moderate over-rate.

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