Indian women’s cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur has finally been taken action by ICC. The Indian captain was seen misbehaving during the third ODI against Bangladesh on Saturday (July 23). As a result, the ICC has banned her for the next two limited overs matches.
Harmanpreet Kaur has been qualified as a level two offense by the ICC. The Indian captain was seen batting on the stumps after being dismissed in the third ODI against Bangladesh. Along with this, she also had a wrong conversation with the umpires. In this background, this important step was taken by ICC. After the match, Harmanpreet was seen expressing her displeasure with the umpires’ decision in the post match presentation.
The captain did not stop at this. Harmanpreet tried to distract the Bangladesh team and their captain while taking a photo with the trophy after the series and match ended in a draw. Bangladesh captain Nigar Sultana () did not like Harmanpreet’s behavior and decided to return to the dressing room. This video also went viral.
According to information, Harmanpreet has been awarded three demerit points for hitting the bat on the stumps. Also a demerit point is given for misbehaving with the umpires. According to ICC rules, any player who receives four demerit points within 24 months is banned for one Test or two limited-overs matches. According to the information, the Indian team is going to play a series of ODI matches with some country in the near future, the schedule of which has not been revealed yet. In this case, Harmanpreet will have to miss the first two matches of this series. (Harmanpreet Kaur has been suspended for 2 matches.)
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