India fined for slow over rate
India were two overs slower than the required rate in the first one-dayer against Pakistan in Peshawar.india Updated: Feb 08, 2006 12:00 IST
India have been docked 10 per cent of their match fees and captain Rahul Dravid 20 per cent for slow over rate during the first one-day international against Pakistan in Peshawar on Monday.
Match referee Chris Broad imposed the fines after India were two overs slower than the required rate in the 50-over match.
Pakistan won the first one-dayer by seven runs under the Duckworth Lewis scoring system after replying with 311 for seven off 47 overs, to India's 328, when the umpires stopped play due to worsening light.
The second game in the five-match series is in Rawalpindi on Saturday.