IPL 2019: Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma fined for breach of conduct

Rohit, who was given out leg before in the fourth over, broke the stumps after being dismissed. He was charged under Level 1 of 2.2 of the IPL's Code of Conduct.

Rohit, who was given out leg before in the fourth over, broke the stumps after being dismissed.   -  IPL

Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai Indians skipper, has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee after a breach of the Code Of Conduct in the game against Kolkata Knight Riders.

Rohit, who was given out leg before in the fourth over, broke the stumps after being dismissed. He was charged under Level 1 of 2.2 of the IPL's Code of Conduct.

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Chasing a mammoth 233, Rohit got Mumbai off to a good start, striking three fours before an in-dipper from Harry Gurney struck him in front of leg-stump. Rohit reviewed but to no avail.

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That hurt Mumbai's chances, before a 34-ball 91 from Hardik Pandya reignited hopes of a comeback but to no avail. With the win at Eden Gardens, Kolkata Knight Riders kept its playoff hopes alive.

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