AUS vs ENG, Moeen Ali Fined: The ICC has found England all-rounder Moeen Ali guilty of breaking the code of conduct. At the same time, after this, the ICC has imposed a fine of 25 percent of the match fee on Moin Ali. Moin Ali is accused of breaking ICC’s Code of Conduct 2.20. Actually, it applies to the behavior of the players against the spirit of the game. 1 demerit points have been added to Moin Ali’s name after being found guilty under the ICC Code of Conduct Level-1. However, Moin Ali has been found guilty for the first time in the last almost 24 months.
Why was Moeen Ali fined?
At the same time, this incident is from the second day of Edgbaston Test. At that time the Australian team was batting while the 89th over was going on. At that time Moeen Ali was standing on the boundary, the England all-rounder was seen applying some dry thing to the ball. After which the ICC found Moin Ali guilty of breaking ICC’s Code of Conduct 2.20. However, Moin Ali has accepted the ICC’s punishment, so there will be no formal hearing now.
What happened in the first Test match so far?
On the other hand, talking about this match, after winning the toss, England came out to bat first and declared their innings by scoring 393 runs for 8 wickets. Joe Root played a century for England. While Johnny Bairstow and Jack Crowley crossed the fifty-run mark. In response to this, due to the brilliant century of Usman Khawaja, Australia has scored 311 runs for 5 wickets till the end of the second day’s play. At present, Usman Khawaja and Alex Carey are at the crease for Australia. Usman Khawaja returned unbeaten after scoring 126 runs. While Alex Carey is playing after scoring 52 runs. There has been an important partnership of 89 runs between the two players.
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