Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai Indians captain, was fined 15 percent of his match fee after a rupture of the Code of Conduct in their match against KKR. Rohit, who was given out leg before in the fourth over on Sunday (April 28), broke the stumps after being adjudged. He was charged under Level 1 of 2.2 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct.
Mumbai were in quest for a huge 233 and Rohit was headed toward a decent begin, belting three fours right off the bat before being offered out to an endeavored hoick that he missed off Harry Gurney. Replays demonstrated that the ball was simply cutting leg stump as Rohit looked into the choice. He made his disappointment self-evident, having a few words with the umpire and after that breaking the stumps with his bat. He acknowledged the consent.
Mumbai Indians proceeded to lose the match by 34 runs at last, notwithstanding a rankling thump from Hardik Pandya, and have 14 points from 12 matches. They play their last two matches of the league stage at home, against Kolkata Knight Riders and SRH. Despite everything they need one win to guarantee playoffs qualification.