IPL 2022: Players broke rules in Kolkata-Mumbai match, penalty on Nitish Rana, Jasprit Bumrah reprimanded
KKR vs MI IPL 2022: In the match against Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians, KKR registered a spectacular victory due to the innings of Pat Cummins. During this, there was a mistake with Nitish Rana and Jasprit Bumrah.
Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Nitish Rana (Nitish Rana Fine) was fined 10 per cent of the match fee and reprimanded for a Level 1 offense during an IPL 2022 match against Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indians senior fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) was reprimanded for violating the code of conduct during the same match. In this match held on Wednesday (April 6) Kolkata Knight Riders Mumbai Indians (KKR vs MI) by five wickets. The IPL press release, however, did not mention which rule was violated.
According to the press release, “Kolkata Knight Riders’ Nitish Rana was reprimanded and fined 10 per cent of his match fee for breaching the IPL Code of Conduct during the match against Mumbai Indians in Pune.” Rana has accepted the level one offense and punishment under the IPL Code of Conduct. The decision of the match referee for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct is final and binding.
KKR beat MI
Match Report – @patcummins30 stunned everyone with his batting prowess by equalling the record of joint-fastest half-century in the IPL as #KKR chased down the target of 162 with four overs to spare – by @mihirlee_58
More here – https://t.co/2ZlEmA6Eai #TATAIPL #KKRvMI pic.twitter.com/3pS1gpOaTe
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 6, 2022
Only reprimand for Bumrah
In Bumrah’s case no financial penalty was imposed and he was only warned. The Indian Cricket Board said, ‘Jasprit Bumrah of Mumbai Indians was reprimanded for breaching the IPL Code of Conduct during the match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Pune. Bumrah has accepted the level 1 offense and punishment under the IPL Code of Conduct.
what happened in the match
In the 14th match of IPL 2022, Kolkata chased down the target and won by five wickets. He beat Mumbai Indians with 24 balls to spare on Pat Cummins’ record innings of 56 not out off 15 balls. KKR were struggling with the top order batsmen getting dismissed at regular intervals but Cummins changed all the equations as soon as he arrived.
He hit four fours and six sixes in his innings and equaled KL Rahul’s previous record of fastest fifty in IPL by completing a half-century in just 14 balls. He scored 35 runs in an over of Daniel Sams, which is the second most expensive over of IPL. This is the third win for KKR in four matches. With this win, KKR’s team reached the top of the points table.
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