Maruf Mridha Reprimanded for Breaching ICC Code of Conduct


The Bangladesh pacer Maruf Mridha has been fined for utilizing abusive phrases throughout the U19 World Cup towards India on January 20.

Maruf Mridha Reprimanded for Breaching ICC Code of Conduct

Bangladesh quick bowler Maruf Mridha was reprimanded after being discovered responsible of breaching ICC’s Code of Conduct throughout the match towards India.

India and Bangladesh have been scheduled to play within the third match of Group A on January 20 at Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein.

The left-arm pacer was discovered responsible of not following Article 2.5 of the ICC’s Code of Conduct which relates, “utilizing language, actions or gestures which disparage or which might provoke an aggressive response from a batter upon his/her dismissal throughout a global match.”

Through the forty fourth match of the India Innings, Mridha obtained carried away and gave the Indian wicketkeeper Aravelly Avanish an abusive phrase after dismissing him.

It’s Mrisha’s first offense in 24 months and one demerit level has been added to his disciplinary file. Mridha accepted the responsible sanctions proposed by the match referee Shaid Wadvalla; therefore, no listening to is required.

Donovan Koch and Nigel Duguid, the on-field umpires, and the third and fourth umpires Allahudien Paleker and Langton Rusere leveled the costs.

Bangladesh restricted India to 251 runs and dismissed 7 batters for 50 overs. However India gained the match by 84 runs after bowling out Junior Tigers for 167 runs within the forty sixth over.

Bangladesh gained the match towards Eire after struggling a defeat towards India. Bangladesh’s final group match can be performed towards the US on January 26 at Mangaung Oval.