In the fourth de-night ODI against India in Johannesburg, the host South African team retained their tradition of not losing the match on the Pink-Day. He won the sixth consecutive one-day match held on Pink Day. With this victory, the South African team made a comeback in the series, but the teammates, including Captain Mark Eden, had to match their match fees.
Now you know that bad weather in the match twice disrupted on Saturday. Once the half-hour match was wasted during India’s innings, much of the game was wasted during the South African innings. But David Miller and wicketkeeper Heinrich Klassen gave the bat to the team while batting a horrific. But after the match was over, the news came that the match referee’s scissors had gone on the players’ match fees, including captain of the team.
The match referee Andy Bicroft was hit by the South African captain Eden Markram and the company, under the law, 2.5.1. This rule tells about the code of conduct for the players and the associate staff. For violating this Code of Conduct, South African players had to face ten and Eden Marcaram with twenty percent match fees for their violation.