In the 67th match of IPL 2024, Lucknow Super Giants defeated Mumbai Indians by 18 runs on Friday. Batting first, LSG scored 214 runs losing 6 wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Mumbai could score only 196 runs after losing 6 wickets. Mumbai Indians, who performed poorly throughout the season, had to face defeat in their last match. After the defeat, Mumbai Indians captain Hardik Pandya and the entire team were given severe punishment.

A fine of Rs 30 lakh has been imposed.

Mumbai Indians captain Hardik Pandya was found guilty of slow over-rate in his last match of IPL 2024. In such a situation, Hardik Pandya has been banned for one match. Besides, a fine of Rs 30 thousand has also been imposed. “This was Mumbai’s third offense of the season under the IPL Code of Conduct relating to slow over-rate offences, so Pandya was fined Rs 30 lakh and banned from playing in the team’s next match,” the IPL said in a statement. Went. Gone. Not only this, the rest of the playing eleven of Mumbai Indians have been individually fined Rs 12 lakh or 50 percent of their match fees. (whichever is less).

Pant banned

After Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya is the second captain to receive a one-match ban this season. Earlier, Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant had to sit out of the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore due to the ban. DC had filed an appeal against the decision citing various reasons behind the delay, but the ban was still upheld. In such a situation, Akshar Patel led DC in the match against RCB.