Explainer: Why was Pakistan fined five runs against West Indies?

The Pakistan captain inadvertently gave away five extra runs to the visitors in the second ODI.

In the batting form he is in, it will feel like Babar Azam can hardly set foot on the cricket field.

The Pakistan captain has crossed the 50-run milestone in each of his last eight international innings, a run which includes three consecutive ODI hundreds.

In the 29th over of the West Indies innings, however, Babar Azam was seen to have picked up a wicket-keeping glove from Mohammad Rizwan and used it to take a throw behind the stumps.

This was deemed illegal fielding by the on-field umpires and as a result, five extra runs were added to West Indies’ total.

Laws of Cricket: 28.1 Safety Equipment:

No fielder other than the wicket-keeper shall be permitted to wear gloves or outside leg guards. In addition, hand or finger protection may be worn only with the consent of the umpires.

This is one of those rare situations that we don’t often see in cricket and it is definitely one that Azam would like to forget soon.

The incident had no serious impact on the outcome of the match as Pakistan took an unassailable 2–0 lead in the three-match ODI series, thanks to captain Azam’s 77 runs and Mohammad Nawaz’s player-of-the-match performance with 4 wickets. . /19 in his 10 overs.

डिसक्लेमर
‘या लेखात समाविष्ट असलेल्या कोणत्याही माहिती/सामग्री/गणनाची अचूकता किंवा विश्वसनीयता हमी नाही. ही माहिती विविध माध्यमे / ज्योतिषी / पंचांग / प्रवचन / विश्वास / धर्मग्रंथांमधून गोळा करून तुमच्यासाठी आणली गेली आहे. आमचा हेतू फक्त माहिती पोहोचवणे आहे, त्याच्या वापरकर्त्यांनी ती फक्त माहिती म्हणून घ्यावी. याव्यतिरिक्त, त्याचा कोणताही वापर वापरकर्त्याची स्वतःची जबाबदारी असेल. ‘

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