The West Indies might have lost their 2019 ICC World Cup tie to England on Friday, but for Carlos Brathwaite there were more reasons to be concerned.

The all-rounder has been reprimanded by the ICC for showing dissent at an umpire's decision during that game at Southhampton. Brathwaite received an official reprimand and one demerit point for breaching Level One of the ICC Code of Conduct.

The said incident happened during the 43rd over of the Windies innings when he made his displeasure clear to the umpire after he was given out caught behind off Jofra Archer's bowling. Even though Ultra Edge showed there was an edge through to the wicketkeeper Jos Buttler, the Barbadian didn't look happy with it.

Brathwaite has admitted to the offence and accepted the sanctions proposed by the match referee David Boon, thus avoiding a formal hearing for the same.

The West Indies were comprehensively beating by the host and the pre-tournament favourites England on Friday. Batting first, while the Windies could only manage 212 before being bowled out in the 45th over, the Three Lions chased down the target without much trouble, largely thanks to a wonderful century from their opener Joe Root.

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