Indian opener KL Rahul was fined 15 percent of his match fee for protesting against the umpire’s choice throughout his termination in the fourth Examination versus England, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Sunday.
Rahul was on 46 on the third day in India’s second innings on Saturday when England reviewed against the umpire’s on-field decision for a caught behind allure off the seam bowling from James Anderson.
The batsman made his annoyance clear after the review considered him out.
He was condemned of breaching the ICC’s standard procedure connecting to “revealing dissent at an umpire’s decision during an international match”, the globe cricket regulating body claimed in a declaration.
The ICC said there was no requirement for an official hearing as Rahul accepted the assent recommended by suit umpire Chris Broad.