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Kyle Jamieson gets ICC’s punishment after slanging Yasir Ali

Kyle Jamieson


CRICDOT DESK : Kiwi pacer Kyle Jamieson is in great danger after Tiger batsman Yasir Ali Rabbi was dismissed in New Zealand’s Christchurch Test.

He was punished by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for misconduct.

The 41st over of Bangladesh’s first innings in the Christchurch Test. Yasir Ali Chowdhury picked up Rabbi Fifty and was at the crease. New Zealand star pacer Kyle Jamieson was bowling at the time.

Yasir handed the catch to Daryl Mitchell. However, after taking the wicket, Jamison also used bad language with joy.

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The ICC, the governing body of world cricket, said in a statement on Tuesday that Jamieson had been sentenced.

As punishment, the Kiwi pacer was fined 15 percent of the match fee. Added a demerit point next to his name.

Bangladesh made history by winning the Mound Manganui Test in New Zealand. However, in the second and final Test of the series, the Tigers lost at Hegley Oval in Christchurch by an innings and 117 runs.

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