England veteran fast bowler Stuart Broad has been fined by his father and match referee Chris Broad. Broad was fined for poor behavior in the first Test match played against Pakistan in Manchester. After this, Broad commented on his father in a funny tone.
England fan Samhu Barmy Army wrote on Twitter, “Stuart Broad was fined by his father and match referee Chris Broad and handed demerit points … I think we have to change some words of the song.”
To this, Broad replied, writing, he (father) out of the lists of Christmas cards and gift-giving people.
🏴 @StuartBroad8 fined and given a demerit point by his dad, match referee Chris Broad!
🗣️🎶 Looks like we might need to change the words to his song slightly… https://t.co/zU63HMvUTn
— England's Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) August 11, 2020
Broad has been fined 15 per cent of match fees for misbehaving with Yasir Shah. The 34-year-old Stuart used inappropriate language against spinner Yasir Shah during the first Test against Pakistan.
This incident is in the 46th over of Pakistan’s second innings. With this, a demerit point was added to Broad’s discipline record. This is his third offense in 24 months and the total demerit points are three.
Earlier, Broad had violated the rules in the fourth Test (Wanderers) against South Africa on 27 January 2020 and the third Test (Trent Bridge) against India on 19 August 2018.