Bangladesh have been fined for sustaining a gradual over-rate in Friday’s first one-day worldwide in opposition to Sri Lanka in Colombo, the Worldwide Cricket Council mentioned Saturday.
Bangladesh was discovered to be two overs in need of their goal after time allowances have been considered, match referee Chris Broad mentioned in an announcement.
Skipper Tamim Iqbal was fined 40 per cent of his match charges whereas different gamers have acquired 20 per cent fines.
Tamim made his debut as Bangladesh’s 14th ODI captain, within the sport, which Bangladesh misplaced by 91 runs.
Sri Lankan quick bowler Lasith Malinga retired from ODIs after the match and made the event memorable one for him by choosing up 3-38.
The second match of the sequence can be held on Sunday.