Umar pleaded guilty to the charge, apologised for his actions and accepted the sanction proposed by team manager Talat Ali
Winners of 2015 World Cup, Australia had gone through a miserable time in limited-overs cricket since the infamous ball-tampering controversy
Australia completed a 5-0 whitewash over Pakistan with a clinical 20-run win in the fifth and final ODI at Dubai.
Stand-in captain Imad Wasim has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee, while his players have received 10 per cent fines
Needing 278 to win, Pakistan were brought close by Abid Ali's 112 and Mohammad Rizwan's 104 but the hosts fell short by by 6 runs in the end
With series already sealed, Australia will look to rotate their players in the fourth ODI, while Pakistan are in need of a much-needed spark
“We are trying different combinations keeping the World Cup in mind,” said Azhar.
Aaron Finch (90) missed a record hundred while Adam Zampa took four wickets and Pat Cummins claimed three as Australia demolished Pakistan by 80 runs