BCCI cools down the player who sabotaged the dressing room, gave this warning. Hindi News


Matthew Wade: Gujarat Titans (GT) wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade ransacked the dressing room after he was controversially given out in the IPL match played against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on Thursday.

BCCI cools down the player who sabotaged the dressing room

When BCCI came to know about this act of Australian wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade, it immediately swung into action. The BCCI has immediately taken a big action to cool down Matthew Wade.

BCCI gave warning to Matthew Wade

The BCCI has held Matthew Wade as a Level 1 offender under Article 2.5 of the IPL Code of Conduct. BCCI has reprimanded Matthew Wade for violating the code of conduct.

Wade charged with violating the code of conduct

According to the BCCI’s IPL committee, “Wade pleaded guilty to a Level I offense and punishment under Article 2.5 of the IPL Code of Conduct.” The decision of the match referee for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct is final.

LBW was controversial

The statement gave no reason for the violation, but Wade’s awarding LBW was controversial and even Virat Kohli expressed sympathy for him. Wade was convinced that Glenn Maxwell’s ball had touched his bat before it hit his pads and therefore did not delay in resorting to DRS when given out.

Dressing room vandalized

In ‘Ultraage’, however, this was not clear and the third umpire left the on-field umpire’s decision. This Australian cricketer then showed his anger by going to the dugout and then in the dressing room.

(With PTI Inputs)



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