Gill sanctioned by ICC for Green comments as fines rain down for slow over rates

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India opener Shubman Gill has been sanctioned for public criticism of match officials amid a raft of fines handed down by the ICC after Australia’s World Test Championship triumph.

Gill will be fined 15 per cent of his match fee after he took to social media apparently questioning his controversial second-innings dismissal, after a low diving catch from Cameron Green.

India’s entire team has also been fined 100 per cent of their match fees for being five overs behind in a match plagued by tardiness.

The Australians have also not escaped lightly, being fined 80 per cent of their fees for the same offence. A total of 37 overs were lost over the first four days.

But the flashpoint of the match was Green’s catch.

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