Virat Kohli condemned 25 percent of the gaming fee for violating the ICC Code of Conduct

Southampton: Indian skipper Virat Kohli was fined 25 percent on Saturday in Southampton for violating Level I of the ICC Code of Conduct.
It has been determined that Kohli has violated article 2.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Players Support Personnel, which refers to “excessive vocation during an international match”.
Saturday’s incident took place in Afghanistan on November 29, when Kohli aggressively approached referee Aleem Dar when appealing against a decision by the US government.
Kohli admitted the offense and accepted the sanction proposed by Referee Chris Broad of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees, which did not require a formal hearing.
In addition, a flaw in Kohli’s Disciplinary Protocol has been included, for which it was the second offense since the revised Code was introduced in September 2016.
Kohli now has two penalty points after getting an error in the Pretoria Test against South Africa on 15 January 2018.
The referees in the field, Aleem Dar and Richard Illingworth, the third referee, Richard Kettleborough, and the fourth official referee, Michael Gough, offset the charges.
Level 1 offenses result in a minimum penalty for an official reprimand, a maximum penalty for 50 percent of a player’s gaming fee, and one or two penalty points.

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