India and Bangladesh players had a spat after the final.

The U19 World Cup final between India and Bangladesh took an ugly turn on Sunday. Bangladesh players after being crowned champions got involved in an aggressive spat with the Indian counterparts.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has sanctioned five players (three Bangladesh and two Indians) with the charges of breaching the code of conduct.

Md Towhid Hridoy, Shamim Hossain and Rakibul Hasan are the three Bangladesh players who have been found guilty of breaching Article 2.21 while Akash Singh and Ravi Bishnoi have been charged for breaching Article 2.5.

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The on-field umpires Sam Nogajski, Adrian Holdstock, third umpire Ravindra Wimalasiri and the fourth umpire Patrick Bongni Jele leveled the charges. All the five players have accepted the sanctions proposed by ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Match Referee Graeme Labrooy.

Hridoy was slapped with six demerit points or ten suspension points while Hossain and Akash were sanctioned with eight suspension points. Hasan received five demerit points or four suspension points.

India leggie Bishnoi who has had a brilliant World Cup was handed over five demerit points for breaching Article 2.21 and two more for breaching Article 2.5.

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These demerit points will be on record of the players for two years and a player will be ineligible for one ODI or T20I, U19 or A team international match with one suspension point.