The Indian Cricket team captain, MS Dhoni, has been banned for two ODIs for maintaining a time-consuming over-rate during the second match against Sri Lanka in Nagpur on Friday.Jeff Crowe, the match referee took the decision to slap the Indian captain with the ban.
The ban has punctured the Indian team; Dhoni will not be available for the rest of ODIs to be played in Cuttack and Kolkata. However, he will play in the final ODI at Delhi.
Due to a slow over rate, the ODI at Nagpur ended about 45 minutes after the scheduled finish time. The numerous discussions between the Indian players were responsible for the