Indian new and talented pacer Navdeep Saini has been found guilty of busting ICC(International Cricket Council)’s code of conduct. The charge is that he was breaching the ICC’s Article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel in the T20 match against West Indies.

Navdeep Saini is convicted of breaching ICC’s code of conduct

Indian Nationa team is now in the USA to play a three-match T20 series against West Windies. Indian team is now staying Florida for the series. Their young talented bowler Navdeep Saini has founded a guilty of breaching an ICC’s “Code of Conduct” and was handed one drawback point.

The above-mentioned problem was created by unnecessary action from Navdeep Saini. Navdeep took the charge of the fifth over against West Indies. He picked up the wicket of Carribean batsman Nicholas Pooran. After taking the wicket he showed a bad gesture. Navdeep gave Pooran an animated send-off. According to the ICC’s rules – “it could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batter upon their dismissal”

Navdeep Saini accepted his guilt
Navdeep Saini accepted his guilt

The young seamer accepted his fault and promise it won’t happen again. The sanction was given by match referee Jeff Crowe. After Navdeep’s acceptance of the guilty, there was no formal hearing against him. The On-field umpires Nigel Duguid along with Gregory Braithwaite, third umpire Leslie Reifer and fourth official Patrick Gustard, listed out the charges. They also warned Navdeep that such kinds of actions will be unforgivable in next time.