Rohit fined Rs 12 lakh for losing match, IPL authorities warn of Rs 30 lakh fine

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Bangla Hunt Desk: Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals met in a crucial IPL match at the Chipke Cricket Stadium in Chennai on Tuesday. Mumbai made 138 runs in the allotted 20 overs after batting first in this match. In reply, Delhi Capitals picked up a suitable run to win with 6 wickets in hand.

The five-time champions lost by six wickets to Delhi. But with this rate came another bad news for Rohit Sharma. Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has been fined Rs 12 lakh for slow over rate.

After the match, the IPL authorities officially informed that Rohit Sharma will have to pay a fine of Rs 12 lakh due to this slow over rate. As this is the first slow over of the Mumbai Indians this season, they will have to pay a fine of only Rs 12 lakh. According to the rules, if Mumbai Indians fall into the slow over rate again, then Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma will have to pay a fine of Rs 24 lakh.

The IPL authorities have issued a stern warning to the Mumbai Indians following the imposition of the fine. Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma will have to be deported for one match with a fine of Rs 30 lakh if ​​the incident happens for the third time, they said. In addition, every cricketer in the team will have to pay a fine of Rs 12 lakh or 50 per cent of the match fee will be deducted.

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