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England in West Indies: Shannon Gabriel banned for four ODIs

13 February 2019, 11:44 | Anna Jefferson

Ben Stokes sits out net practice at St Lucia on Thursday Credit Action Images via Reuters Paul Childs

Ben Stokes watches practice from the dressing room

He was heard to say: "Don't use it as an insult - there's nothing wrong with being gay".

"I know there are people who think the opposite and think it is good for the game but sometimes in the heat of battle things are said when guys given a bit of time to sit down and think about it would give themselves a bit of a kick up the backside".

HEATED: Joe Root (left) issued a brilliant on-field response to Shannon Gabriel (right) (Pic: GETTY) Related Articles "I think it should stay on the field".

West Indies assistant coach Vasbert Drakes said Friday that "the sky's the limit" for his young team as they look to complete a 3-0 sweep of the Test series against England. I think it is pretty standard.

In Anderson's next over, Brathwaite edged a defensive prod to Ben Stokes at second slip for eight and Darren Bravo followed without scoring in the seventh over, caught at first slip by skipper Joe Root at 10 for three.

It is understood that no further disciplinary measures will be taken surrounding the incident.

Root put Gabriel in his place.




Root went on to produce a terrific display, racking up 111 runs not out to end the day with England sitting on 325-4 ahead of the fourth day.

However, Gabriel's comments may be the centre of attention regardless of the result after he received a warning from the onfield umpires for the incident during day three of the third Test in St Lucia. The governing body tweeted that "the charge, which was laid by match umpires, will now be dealt with by match referee Jeff Crowe".

His dismissal broke a unsafe 38-run stand with Buttler, who survived a chance off speedster Shannon Gabriel before he had scored, to face 40 deliveries and strike three fours.

The century was bittersweet, however, because Root made 4, 22, 7 and 7 in the two previous tests in which England was thrashed, and 15 in the first innings.

The International Cricket Council has charged West Indies player Shannon Gabriel with breaching the ICC's code of conduct reports the BBC.

"And the anger he showed with (James) Anderson the first over when Anderson wanted his fine leg wide - and he said "no, I'm in charge".



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