India does not get a penalty for slow over from 4 years and 216 matches
Due to Slow Overrights, 31 overs short of Ganguly's captaincy in 64 matches
Ponting's captaincy, 36, was bowled by Smith in 34 overs
new Delhi. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned two West Indies players in 10 days. Due to the slower rate on Captain Jason Holder and the humiliating comment on the team of the opposition team on the Shanan Gabriel. There is a match on the holder and four matches on Gabriel. Gabriel was also fined 75% of match fees After this, Cricket West Indies President Dave Richardson told the ICC to review the slower rate rule. However, according to CrickInfo's report, West Indies is the least disciplined team. He broke rules 46 times in the last 16 years.
487 violations of rules in the last 27 years
Since 1992, there were 487 such occasions in which the players violated the rules or made derogatory remarks on the field. In this, the ICC imposed a penalty on the players or the captain. On many occasions, he left the warning. In the last 16 years, the West Indies team is the least disciplined team. The team broke the rule of the slow overreach 46 times. During this, he threw 88 overs short. Pakistan is at number two. He violated the 32-slow overrights. During this, he threw 69 overs short.
India was fined due to the slow overrights in 2014.
At the same time, there was no penalty for the slow overreach from the last 4 years and 216 matches on the Indian team. After the Test against England in 2014, the captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was banned from a match. Since 2003 no one has lost less than 60 in a year. Ravindra Jadeja never broke this rule in Indian bowlers.
West Indies break rules at 6.45% in every 100 matches
The West Indies are at the top of the slow overrates. He broke the rules 6.45% in every 100 matches. He broke the rules 45 times in 698 matches. Nepal has once (4.76%) in 21 matches, Pakistan has 32 times (4.27%) in 750 matches, Africa scored 32 times (4.38%) in 731 matches, 31 times (3.69%) in 840 matches, Australia 28 times (3.26%) in 858 matches, Sri Lanka scored 803 matches 26 times (3.24%), India In the 854 matches 27 times (3.16%) and Bangladesh have violated the rules of 11 times (2.08%) in 530 matches.
Capture started in 2003
The ICC has started banning the captain in the case of slow overrights since 2003. This is because 73 in 1997, 59 in 59, 99 in 60, 77 in 77, 78 in 2001 and 120 in 2002 were thrown. After this, the captain's accountability was fixed in April 2003.
There is a rule of 15 overs in one hour. Reducing from this, the bowling team captain or the entire team may be fined.
In ODIs they have to do 50 overs in three and a half hours. Or the opponent has to be omitted.
An innings can not be more than 90 minutes in T20
Time does not include match time, DRS review, site-screen problem, drink breaks or any other reason for the match stops.
Ganguly's captaincy loss of 0.48 overs per match
Over short / match
Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli in 129 matches, only once was the penalty of Slow Overrete
Virat Kohli captained 129 matches Slow overrights have been violated only once. That too is just one over. Captain Ricky Ponting (Australia), Graeme Smith (South Africa) and Sourav Ganguly (India) have lost most of the overs. After April 2003, Ponting captained 287 matches. Over 36 overs were thrown during this period. While Smith captained in 286 matches. There was a loss of 34 overs. In the 64 matches of Ganguly's captaincy, less than 31 overs were thrown. Rohit Sharma has captained in 25 matches In his captaincy, the team has never violated the Slow Overrights rule.
India's long record of non-infringement
From when to when
August 14-February 19
April 08-March 2015
November 09-June 2013
April 07-February 11
March 11-February 19
February 07-April 13
September 04-February 19