New Delhi: Australia has won the final of the World Test Championship 2023 by defeating India. Australia defeated India by 209 runs. The Indian team has received a major blow with the defeat. The ICC has deducted match fees from all the players in the team. Also, Shubman Gill has suffered a big blow in this match. He has been fined separately by the ICC along with not getting the fee. The ICC found him guilty of Article 2.7 of its Constitution. Under this, an additional penalty of 15 percent of the match fee has been imposed on him. The ICC has also fined the Australian team over the Indian team.
Both Team India and Australia have been blamed by the ICC for slow overrate. Information has been received that the Indian team was five overs behind at the end of the match while the Kangaroo team was four overs behind. For this, both teams were charged under Article 2.2 of the ICC Constitution. Accordingly, all the players were fined 20 percent match fee for each over. That is, 100 percent of the match fee of the players of the Indian team was deducted. Then each player in the Australian team will be fined 80 percent of the match fee.
Indian fans were upset as Gill was given out wrongly were done
When the Indian team came out to play the second innings on the fourth day of the WTC final, the Indian fans were outraged when opener Shubman Gill was wrongly dismissed and booed the Australian team and Cameron Green in particular. When the Indian team scored 41 runs, Green caught Gill and it was visible to the naked eye that the ball touched the ground. After Green dived and took a one-handed catch, the matter reached third umpire Richard Kettlebarrow. It was seen in the replay that the ball had hit the ground, but Richard gave Gill out, which left Gill and Rohit Sharma disappointed. Gill was playing well today and his partnership with Rohit was looking dangerous for Australia.