IPL 2020- Chris Morris-Hardik Pandya rebuked for brawling on-field

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Mumbai Indians defeated Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore by 7 wickets on Wednesday. With this win, the Mumbai team has almost fixed their place in the playoffs. The final moments of the match saw a verbal fight between Mumbai all-rounder Hardik Pandya and RCB's Chris Morris. After the match, both have been charged with violation of the code of conduct. There was a huge clash between Chris Morris and Hardik Pandya.



In the 19th over of the match, Morris troubled Pandya with his slow and yorker-length balls, but Hardik Pandya hit a strong six off the fourth ball. Both were once again in the 19th over. In this over, Baji Morris was killed. He did not allow a single four or a six off the first five balls. Then in the 19th over, Hardik Pandya hit a six off the fourth ball.

But on the second ball, Morris caught Hardik Pandya at the hands of Mohammad Siraj. Hardik started arguing with Morris while returning to the pavilion. A literal battle ensued between the two. After the match, the referee expressed his displeasure over the incident and slapped both players. Chris Morris is fined under the IPL Code of Conduct. 6 is guilty of breaking. While Hardik Pandya Code of Conduct 3. Was convicted of breaking 20. Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 wickets in the 7th match of IPL 2020.

Bangalore, batting first, scored 15 runs in 20 overs. In reply, Mumbai Indians scored 18 runs.