Following England’s nine-wicket loss to Australia in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane on Saturday, the team was penalized five World Test Championship (WTC) points and fined 100 percent of their match fees for a poor over rate. “England has been fined 100% of their match fees and has been docked five ICC World Test Championship points for sustaining slow over-rates in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane,” the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced after the first Test ended on Saturday at the Gabba.

“A team is fined one point for each over-short as per Article 16.11.2 of the ICC World Test Championship playing regulations,” the ICC stated. “After correcting for time allowances, match referee David Boon fined England 100 percent of their match fee for falling five overs short of the targets. According to Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, players are fined 20% of their match fee for each over in which their side fails,” it added.

Travis Head, Australia’s man of the match, was fined after the game for a scorching 152-run knock in the first innings that helped put the hosts on track for victory.

“Head, who was named Player of the Match in the first Test, was fined 15% of his match fee for violating Article 2.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which prohibits players and player support personnel from using “an audible obscenity during an International Match.” He also received one demerit point for his first offense in the last 24 months “according to the ICC.

After being beaten by Ben Stokes in the 77th over of Australia’s first innings, Head uttered unacceptable language. “After the southpaw admitted the offense and accepted the penalty, there was no official hearing,” it continued. On Saturday, Australia strolled to a comfortable victory at the Gabba, dismissing England’s second innings for 297 runs and chasing down the 20-run mark with nine wickets to spare.