Kyle Jamieson was fined for his outburst after dismissing Yasir Ali in Bangladesh’s first innings of the second Test, which New Zealand gained by an innings and 117 runs, and was handed one demerit level. It is his third offence in a 24-month interval and his third demerit level. Jamieson took 4 wickets in Bangladesh’s second innings. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSJamieson was fined 15 per cent of his match paymentThe incident occurred within the forty first over of Bangladesh’s first inningsJamieson admitted the offence and accepted the sanctionNew Zealand quick bowling all-rounder Kyle Jamieson was on Tuesday fined 15 per cent of his match payment for utilizing “inappropriate language” after dismissing Yasir Ali in the course of the just-concluded second Test in opposition to Bangladesh in Christchurch.
According to an ICC assertion, Jamieson was discovered to have breached Article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which pertains to “using language, actions or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batter upon his/her dismissal during an International Match.”In addition to this, one demerit level has been added to the disciplinary file of Jamieson, for whom it was the third offence in a 24-month interval, taking his cumulative demerit factors to a few.Jamieson’s earlier breaches have been on March 23, 2021 throughout an ODI in opposition to Bangladesh in Christchurch, and on December 28, 2020 in a Test match in opposition to Pakistan in Tauranga.The incident occurred within the forty first over of Bangladesh’s first innings on Monday, when Jamieson used inappropriate language after dismissing Yasir Ali, the ICC acknowledged.Jamieson admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Jeff Crowe and ratified by the ICC Cricket Operations division as per the COVID-19 interim taking part in rules.On-field umpires Chris Gaffaney and Wayne Knights, third umpire Chris Brown and fourth umpire Shaun Haig levelled the cost.Level 1 breaches carry a minimal penalty of an official reprimand, a most penalty of fifty per cent of a participant’s match payment, and one or two demerit factors.New Zealand gained the second Test in opposition to Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs to degree the sequence and hand a befitting farewell to veteran batter Ross Taylor, who retired from the red-ball format on Tuesday after having represented the Kiwis 112 matches.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.