Jason Roy fined 30 percent of his match fees

Jason Roy fined 30 percent of his match fees

Jason Roy fined 30 percent of his match fees(pic source : twitter)

England opening batsman Jason Roy has been fined 30 precent of his match fees for showing dissent towards the umpire. He played an outstanding knock and England reached into the finals of the world cup (2019) after 1992. This incident happened when Jason Roy was batting at 85 and he was just 15 runs away to his century. Umpire gave him out and then he was furious on umpire because he was not out. England have no DRS left because Jonny Bairstow already used the DRS and lost it.

Because Jason Roy given caught behind out but in the reply, the ball was missing the bat that’s why He was furious at that moment and not happy to walk back.

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As per the ICC, “Roy was found to have breached Article 2.8 ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to showing dissent at the decision of an umpire in an international match. In addition to the 30% fine, two demerit points have been added to Roy’s disciplinary record.”

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Eoin Morgan delighted to reach into the finals. Eoin Morgan said,

“Absolutely delighted. I want to thank the fans who’ve come out today; our fans have been great with their support. Edgbaston has always been great for us. Having beaten India on this ground, we would have come in with similar confidence (had we faced India here). It is very important to take confidence from the group stages into the semi-finals. We talked about wanting to get better from game to game and we wanted to set the tone from ball one and we made Australia pay. Extremely happy for Woakes; he is a cool customer and has been one of the best bowlers for us in the last couple of years. He goes about his business day in and day out exceptionally. Him and Jofra were probably the standout performance for us in the last four years (referring to today’s first spell).”

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