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The International Cricket Council issued a severe fine against Rohit Sharma and Team India as a whole after they were defeated by Australia by 209 runs in the World Test Championship final. The Indian team has been penalised the full amount of their WTC final match fee, the International Cricket Council announced on Monday. The decision was made as a result of Rohit and company falling five overs short of the required total.
Another setback is that Shubman Gill, the India opener, was also penalised 15% of his match fee for expressing discontent. After being given out by Cameron Green for being caught in the slips during India’s second innings, Gill took to Twitter and Instagram to express his anger with the umpire’s decision. With the additional penalties, his match fee will be reduced by a total of 115 percent.
Rohit expressed his displeasure at the news conference held following the game. He stated his dissatisfaction and cited the IPL as an example, which has 10 different camera perspectives, in arguing that more angles should have been made available before hitting the big red button within the box. The India captain continued, “The technology provided should have been better for an event as grand as a WTC final.” Instead, Australia captain Pat Cummins disproved the hypothesis and defended his choice by referring to Kettleborough as the best umpire in the world.