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Heinrich Klaasen And Amit Mishra Reprimanded By BCCI After SRH vs LSG Clash

image-lhm8vq00Heinrich Klaasen (Source: BCCI/IPL)

The big-hitting South African batter Heinrich Klaasen and leg-spinner Amit Mishra have been fined by the match referee for breaching the Indian Premier League's (IPL) Code of Conduct during the match between SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) that happened at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.

Heinrich Klaasen who was in red-hot form with the bat smashed 47 runs but after the conclusion of the first innings, he commented on some decisions that didn't go in their favour causing the governing body to take strict action against him by fining 10% of his match fees.

He was sanctioned under Level 1 Offence of Article 2.7 which relates to public criticism / inappropriate comment.

On the other hand, veteran Mishra did an exaggerated celebration after dismissing Anmolpreet Singh off his bowling as he threw the ball on the ground with force. The 40-year-old was charged under level 1 offence of Article 2.2 which is abuse of equipment during the match.

The match referee's decision is final and therefore, both the players admitted to their fault.

Talking about the game, SunRisers posted 182 on the board and in return, Super Giants chased the target in the final over.