ICC has found West Indies player Darren Bravo guilty of breaching the International Cricket Council code of conduct during the fourth and final day of the Test match played with Bangladesh in St .Lucia. He was fined 30 per cent of his match fee for breaching the ICC code of conduct under article 2.1.8.
Bravo has been warned several times on the field by the umpires to not to approach the opposition batsmen and passed absurd comments. The charge having initially been brought by on field umpires Stephen Davis, Richard Illingworth, third umpire Marais Erasmus and fourth umpire Peter Nero.
The match refree Roshan Mahanama found the player guilty and issued a fine of 30 percent of his match fee after hearing the offence.
“The umpires felt that the player’s behaviour brought the game into disrepute and he was reminded of his responsibilities to extend respect at all times to both his opponent and to match officials,” said Mahanama.