Broad fined for using ‘Inappropriate language’ against Yasir

Manchester: England’s fast bowler Stuart Broad was fined 15 percent of his match fees for using ‘Inappropriate language’ against Yasir Shah during the first Test at Old Trafford.  

According to the details, match-referee Chris Broad, also the father of English pacer, charged the bowler for the offence.

Broad also conceded a demerit point which took his tally to three in the last 24-months time. Remember, if a player concedes four demerit points in the last 24-months, he faces suspension from the game.

It must be noted here that England defeated Pakistan by three wickets in the opening Test. The second Test will start on August 13 in Southampton.

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