IPL 2020: Hardik Pandya, Chris Morris hotly debated, scolded for violating code of conduct

By: Sports Desk |

Updated: October 29, 2020 9:31:29 AM


Hardik Pandya and Chris Morris were reprimanded on Wednesday night. (BCCI / IPL)

During the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, Hardik Pandya and Chris Morris were reprimanded for violating the IPL code of conduct.

Morris has rated Level 1 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct as Offense 2.5, while Pandya has rated Level 1 of Level 1 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct as 2.1.

A statement issued by the BCCI said, “Cricket Morris has been reprimanded for violating the Dream 11 Indian Premier League (IPL) code of conduct during their team’s match against Mumbai Indians at Royal Challengers Bangalore All-Under, Abu Dhabi.

“Mr Morris pleaded guilty to level 2.5 offense under the IPL election code of conduct.

Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been reprimanded for violating the IPL’s code of conduct during his team’s match against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Abu Dhabi.

Pandya has pleaded guilty to Level 1 offense of 2.1 of the IPL Election Code.

The decision of the match referee is final and binding for the first level violation of the code of conduct, ”the statement said.

The verbal feud between the two Allrenders took place in the 19th over of MI’s 165-run target.

Earlier, Pandya improved the Protea Star as he came under a full delivery and slammed his version of the helicopter shot for six overs. The two players exchanged some words at this time.

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However, Morris had the last laugh when he got rid of Pandya, stuck on the extra cover. Returning to the changing room, the two were on it again, the MI all-rounder pointing fingers at Morris this time.

Meanwhile, Suryakumar Yadav scored an unbeaten 79 off 43 balls and Jasprat Bumrah held it 3-14 as the Mumbai Indians took a big step towards a place in the playoffs with a five-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League on Wednesday. .

The win almost sealed Mumbai’s place in the playoffs as they top the points table with 16 points and a healthy net worth of 1.186.

Despite the deficit, Bengaluru is second only to Delhi Capital in net rate, with 14 points.

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