Mumbai: Former Mumbai skipper Suryakumar Yadav and Sarfaraz Khan have escaped punishments for their alleged misconduct.
The players were issued show cause notice by the Mumbai Cricket Association last week for their misbehaviour following which the duo apologised.
Yadav had a run-in with a Mumbai fast bowler, while Sarfaraz had shown an indecent gesture during a match, prompting the association to issue show cause notices.
"We had called them and they apologised (for their behaviour). They are allowed to play. No action has been taken on them," MCA secretary Nitin Dalal told PTI adding that the managing committee will decide if they want to take any disciplinary action later.
He added that the duo have been cleared to play in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament.