Hardik Pandya and the Mumbai Indians don’t appear to be improving. Not long after they lost to Lucknow Super Monsters for the seventh time in the current Indian Mk Sports Boss Association season, their player Hardik was fined along with every player in the starting lineup for having a high over rate throughout the match. Hardik was hit with a fine of INR 24 lakh in addition to INR 6 lakh in disciplinary action for each player on the team, since this was their second infraction of the season.

“Mr Hardik Pandya, Pioneer Betway Login, Mumbai Indians has been fined after his get-together kept a deferred over-rate during Match 48 of the Indian Head Affiliation (IPL) 2024 against Lucknow Super Monsters at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Field, Lucknow on April 30, 2024,” the explanation of the IPL read.

“Because it was Pandya’s party’s second infraction of the time, he was fined ₹24 Lakh in accordance with the IPL’s approach of rules talking with least over-rate infractions.

“The others from the Playing XI, including the Effect Player, were each fined either INR 6 Lac or 25% of their different match costs, whichever is lesser,” along with interest.

After KL Rahul got them closer to the bat, the Mumbai Indians were reduced to 144/7 on Tuesday night, enduring yet another perplexing performance. Hardik Pandya, the player chosen to captain India’s bad habit team in the Rs7sports World Cup, was removed for a first-ball duck earlier in the day. Meanwhile, Indian coach Rohit Sharma has failed to leave a drawing and has only managed four points out of five cars.

After a wild season, MI is now dealing with on-field annoyances and off-field conflicts. Administrator Hardik says their incidents are to blame, citing his own struggles with bat and ball structure. In 10 games, the all-rounder has added to MI’s total as he has successfully found a way to take just six wickets at an economy rate of eleven.