<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Dwayne Bravo" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130628193727.jpg" title="Dwayne Bravo" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> ICC elite panel match referee Jeff Crowe imposed a 20-per-cent fine on Dwayne Bravo (above), while each of his players received 10-per-cent fines © Getty</p> </div> <strong>Port of Spain: Jul 6, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> West Indies skipper <a href="/tags/Dwayne-Bravo/post" target="_blank">Dwayne Bravo</a> has been suspended for one match after his side was fined for a second minor over-rate offence within 12 months during their <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/cricket-articles/India-earn-bonus-point-with-102-run-win-over-West-Indies/28641" target="_blank">tri-series ODI against India in Port of Spain</a>. The West Indies side was ruled to be one over short of its target at the end of Friday night's match when time allowances were taken into consideration.<br /> <br /> As such, ICC elite panel match referee <a href="/tags/Jeff-Crowe/post" target="_blank">Jeff Crowe</a> imposed a 20-per-cent fine on Bravo, while each of his players received 10-per-cent fines.<br /> <br /> As this was West Indies' second minor over-rate offence within 12 months, after it was fined for a slow over-rate in Cardiff against South Africa on June 14 during the <a href="/tags/ICC-Champions-Trophy-2013/post" target="_blank">ICC Champions Trophy 2013</a>, Bravo has also been suspended from the Caribbean outfit's next game against Sri Lanka on Sunday.<br /> <br /> The offence is contrary to Article 2.5.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to over-rate offences.<br /> <br /> Commenting on his decision, Crowe said: "The captains were informed of their respective positions relating to over-rate breaches before the start of the series. On Friday, the umpires had kept Dwayne [Bravo] informed throughout the innings about the position regarding over-rates, and more so when his side fell behind."<br /> <br /> The charge was laid by on-field umpires Nigel Llong and Peter Nero, as well as third umpire Nigel Duguid and fourth umpire Joel Wilson, an ICC statement said.<br /> <br /> Bravo pleaded guilty to the charge and the subsequent penalties were accepted both by Bravo and the West Indies. As such there was no need for a formal hearing, the statement added.