New Delhi: Mumbai Indians captain Sachin Tendulkar, his Delhi Daredevils counterpart Gautam Gambhir and Kings XI Punjab skipper Kumar Sangakkara have been fined $20,000 each for their teams' slow overrate in the Indian Premier League matches played Saturday.
An IPL release said Tendulkar was fined after the Mumbai Indians "were assessed to be two overs behind their required rate" during their four-run win against Rajasthan Royals at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium.
"Under the IPL's Code of Conduct relating to minimum over rate offences, Tendulkar was fined $20,000 by match referee Andy Pycroft," the statement said.
In the game at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium at Mohali, both the Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Daredevils were each assessed to be one over behind the required rate.
Fines were slapped on both the captains by match referee Srinivas Venkataraghavan.
With Gambhir leading from the front with a knock of 72, Delhi Daredevils beat Kings XI by five wickets.
Earlier, Kolkata Knight Riders captain Sourav Ganguly was fined an identical amount for his side's slow over rate during the tournament opener against defending champions Deccan Chargers at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai Friday.