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Sachin, Inzy face disciplinary measures

The Indian maestro and Pak captain faced disciplinary measures for showing dissent against umpires' decisions.

india Updated: Feb 07, 2006 11:29 IST

Indian maestro Sachin Tendulkar and Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq faced disciplinary measures for showing dissent against umpires' decisions while the Indian cricket team faced fine for slow over-rate during the first one-day international of the five-match series.

Insiders said the hearing would take place in Islamabad on Tuesday.

Tendulkar and Inzamam could be either reprimanded or fined or both if found guilty.

Tendulkar, who scored 100, but still ended up on the losing side, gestured at his glove to the umpire after being adjudged leg before.

Inzamam, after being adjudged obstructing the field, argued with the the umpires against the decision.

The home captain, along with coach Bob Woolmer, after the prize distribution ceremony, stormed into the match officials room where the two stayed for about 10 minutes.

As regards the Indian team, they were two overs short and faced a minimum fine to 10 percent of the match fee.

"The field umpires have reported the incidents to the match referee and now the match officials will watch the replays of the incidents later in the evening before calling a hearing in Islamabad on Tuesday," insiders said.

First Published: Feb 07, 2006 11:29 IST