The Board of control for cricket in India (BCCI) announces cash awards after India bacame the first Asian team to win a Test series against Australia down under. For all Test team members, bonuses will be equivalent to actual match fee payable, which is Rs 15 lakhs per match for playing XI.
Rs 7.5 lakhs per match for reserve players, Rs 25 lakhs each for the coaches. For team India support staff (non-coaching), bonuses will equivalent to the pro-rata salary, said the Supreme Court appointed committee of administrators.
Rs. 7.5 lakhs per match for reserve players. Rs. 25 lakhs each for the Coaches. For Team India Support Staff (non-coaching), bonuses will be equivalent to the pro-rata salary/professional fee. The Supreme Court Appointed Committee of Administrators. (2/2)— ANI (@ANI) January 8, 2019
Virat Kohli and company won a historic Test series in Australia down under. No other Indian team has ever achieved that feat. India won the four match Test series by 2-1, as the fourth and final Test concluded in a draw at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Monday. Kohli was on cloud nine after winning the series.
This was India’s first win in Australia in 71 years and in 11 Test series that they played in the Oceania. Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara was awarded the Man of the Series trophy as he smashed three centuries and a half-century. He accumulated 521 runs, the most numbers of runs in the series.
India and Australia will now play a three-match ODI series, starting from January 12 in Sydney. Indian speedster Jasprit Bumrah has been rested from the ODI series against the Kangaroos and the Kiwis. Mohammed Siraj and Siddharth Kaul will replace him in ODIs and T20s recpectively.