New Delhi: Indian team captain Virat Kohli was found guilty of violating the code of conduct in the third T20 match played against South Africa. Kohli has also been given an official warning from the ICC about this. In this match, Kohli has been found guilty of breaking Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct, for which a demerit point has been added to his account. At the same time, an official warning has also been given to Virat Kohli.
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Virat Kohli has broken Article 2.12 of the ICC Code of Conduct, in which you cannot make inappropriate physical contact with any player, umpire, match referee and any other person during the match. Due to breaking this rule, a demerit point has been added to Virat Kohli's disciplinary record. This is the third time Virat Kohli has done this since September 2016, adding a third point in his account.
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Earlier, Virat Kohli has got one demerit point for the Test match played against South Africa on 15 January 2018 and also for the league match played against Afghanistan in the World Cup 2019 on 22 June 2019. The incident happened during the match when the fifth over of the Indian team's innings was in progress when Virat Kohli had physical contact with South African bowler Buren Hendricks while taking runs. Virat Kohli has accepted this charge. Let us know that India lost this match to the guest Tom.
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