ICC sentences umpire Michael Gough for breach of bio bubble
Action against Michael Gough: England umpire Michael Gough has been found guilty of an alleged breach of the bio bubble in the T20 World Cup. Due to which he was banned for the first six days. At the same time, the ICC has increased his sentence. ICC has banned Michael Gough from all matches during the Men’s T20 World Cup.
According to the order issued by the ICC, umpire Michael Gough will no longer be able to officiate in any match of the T20 World Cup 2021. This action has been taken against them due to the alleged violation of the bio bubble. At present, he is still in isolation.
Umpire Michael Gough will not be appointed to any further matches during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 following a breach of the bio-security protocols: ICC pic.twitter.com/76A8sgUY8y
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According to the report of ‘The Daily Mirror’, Gau, a former Durham batsman and one of the best umpires in international cricket, was found guilty of violating the Corona Bio Bubble in the UAE by the Biosafety Committee of the ICC. In fact, Gow had left his hotel outside the bio bubble of the tournament without informing him to meet some people. After which he was asked to live in the bio bubble.
Let us inform that Gau was to officiate the match between India and New Zealand in Dubai on Sunday but his place was given to Marais Erasmus of South Africa. Now she is in the hotel room and she is being checked every other day. He will be able to come out of isolation only after the completion of six days of isolation and the investigation report comes negative.
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