India's Gautam Gambhir and Shahid Afridi of Pakistan have both been fined after physically colliding during their sides' one-day international in Kanpur, India, on Sunday, the International Cricket Council said.
Gambhir has been fined 65 per cent of his match fee while Afridi's fine comes to 95 per cent of his match fee.
Gambhir hit the third ball of an Afridi over for four and there was then a verbal exchange between the two players. Then, from the next ball, Gambhir looked to work the ball on the onside.
The ball deflected out on to the off-side, Gambhir took a single and, in the process of doing so, batsman and bowler collided.
A heated altercation took place between the two players that forced umpire Ian Gould of the Emirates International Panel, standing at the bowler's end, to get involved.
Gambhir was fined 50 per cent of his match fee for being found guilty of the offence of inappropriate and deliberate physical contact and 15 per cent of his fee for the disrepute charge.
Afridi was fined 75 per cent of his match fee for the offence of inappropriate and deliberate physical contact and 20 per cent of his fee for the disrepute charge.