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Avesh Khan was penalized for his boisterous helmet celebration following LSG’s dramatic victory over RCB in the IPL 2023.

Avesh Khan was penalized for his boisterous helmet celebration following LSG's dramatic victory over RCB in the IPL 2023.

On April 10, at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Lucknow Super Giants defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore in an exciting match. Ace pacer Avesh Khan celebrated the match aggressively and was later chastised for it. Khan committed a level one offense when he celebrated by tossing his helmet to the ground, and he was disciplined for it.

The same was confirmed in a statement from the IPL, which said that Avesh had accepted the discipline and received a reprimand for breaking the code of conduct.

Avesh Khan of the Lucknow Super Giants has received criticism for transgressing the code of conduct. Mr. Avesh accepted the punishment after admitting to the level 1 offence 2.2 of the IPL Code of Conduct. The Match Referee’s judgment is decisive and binding for Level 1 Code of Conduct violations, according to an IPL statement.

Incidentally, Lucknow needed one run from the final delivery to win the game, but Khan was unable to connect. Dinesh Karthik, the wicketkeeper, was given the ball directly, but was ultimately unable to catch it as Avesh and Ravi Bishnoi finished off a single to enable Lucknow earn their third victory and move to the top of the IPL Points Table.

Fined for slow over-rate was Faf du Plessis
Faf du Plessis, the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore, was penalized INR 12 lakhs for having a slow overrate during Lucknow’s chase. Only four players outside the circle may be used by the host team in the game’s final over because they missed the mark by just one over. In the IPL 2023, this was notable as RCB’s first slow over-rate offense.

Nonetheless, this was RCB’s second loss of the year, and their situation is not looking good. The home team received a perfect team to defend 212 runs against LSG thanks to Mohammed Siraj and Wayne Parnell’s outstanding new ball performance. Nevertheless, they faltered in the middle overs, and Marcus Stonis and Nicholas Pooran’s fierce batting significantly altered the match’s dynamic. The Faf du Plessis-led team must start improving their death bowling right away if they want to change their fate this time.

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