English pacer Stuart Broad has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for using inappropriate language during the first Test against Pakistan.
According to the details, England’s Stuart Broad will pay his 15 percent match fee, an estimated £2,000 for using inappropriate language after dismissing Yasir Shah.
The incident occurred in the 46th over of Pakistan’s second innings in Manchester with Broad using inappropriate language after dismissing Yasir Shah.
The fast bowler breached Article 2.5 of the International Cricket Council (ICC’s) code of conduct.
The former England opener Chris Broad (father of Stuart Broad) is acting as the match referee for all six Tests this summer after the International Cricket Council.
Furthermore, one demerit point has been added to the disciplinary record of Broad.
Let it be known that Pakistan is currently in the UK for test series against England.
English side defeated Azhar XI in the first test match and gained a lead of 1.0.
Pakistan’s 277-run target in the Manchester Test was achieved by England at a loss of seven wickets, with Chris Vokes and Jos Butler scoring brilliant half-centuries to help them win.
Half of England’s team returned to the pavilion for 146 runs, after which Joe Butler and Chris Vokes turned the match around with a brilliant partnership of 139 runs.