Umpire Nigel Llong under close watch by ICC
English umpire Nigel Llong could confront the BCCI's examination for purportedly harming the entryway of an arena room after contention with Virat Kohli yet the Indian board is probably not going to evacuate him as an authority for the IPL last on May 12.
Llong purportedly lost his cool in the wake of being gone up against by Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Kohli over an argumentative no ball call against Sunrisers Hyderabad amid an IPL coordinate on Saturday in Bengaluru.
As indicated by reports, the ICC Elite Panel official kicked the entryway of the umpires' room amid the innings break and harmed it.
A BCCI official disclosed that Llong may make them disclose to do however the make a difference won't cost him his place as an assigned umpire for the IPL last to be held in Hyderabad.
The BCCI, it is found out, is in a situation on whether to much consider making such a stride "for a minute's carelessness".
In Bengaluru, Karnataka State Cricket Association Secretary R Sudhakar Rao said the KSCA has requested activity against Llong. Rao, be that as it may, said that the 50-year-old paid for the harm caused.
"We have announced the issue to the Committee of Administrators (COA) and ideally move will be made against Nigel Llong. On the off chance that the players are rebuffed for their wrongdoing and find their match charges then why not the umpires," he said.
"I didn't address umpire Llong yet I addressed match official Narayanan Kutty. I am cheerful COA will make a move," he included.
Llong paid Rs 5000 after he was gone up against by the KSCA authorities and had requested a receipt of the installment.
Llong has remained in 56 Tests, 123 ODIs and 32 T20 Internationals in his vocation and will remain in the up and coming World Cup in the United Kingdom, beginning May 30.