England recorded a memorable victory in the Trent Bridge test against New Zealand. However, despite the victory in this match, the England team suffered a setback. In reality, England have lost 2 World Test Championship points due to slowness in the Trent Bridge test against New Zealand. The match referee, Richie Richardson, has made this decision over England at the Trent Bridge Test. In fact, at the stipulated time, the England team was 2 overs away from their goal. After which match referee Richie Richardson made this decision.

It is worth noting that the England team is currently ranked No. 8 in the World Test Championships. However, there will be no change to England’s position in the World Test Championship points table despite being reduced by 2 points due to the rate slowdown. But apart from the World Test Championship Point Table, there will be a change in the Percentage Points. Meanwhile, the ICC has issued a statement. In this statement, the ICC said that due to the slow rate, the England team has been fined 40 per cent of the match fee.

The ICC (International Cricket Council) said in its statement that after this victory against New Zealand, England had 42 points in the World Test Championship Points Table (WTC Points Table). But after being reduced by 2 points due to the slow rate, the England team is at number 8 with 40 points. The ICC further said in its statement that for World Test Championship (WTC) points, we have created article 16.11.2. According to this article, the more the number of overs is reduced by the stipulated time, the more points will be reduced. Aside from this, England players have been fined 40 per cent of their match fees due to being slow.

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