In the first test match of New Zealand and Pakistan, the New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson breaks the Pakistan rules in ICC Code of Conduct. He was fined and gave a demerit point for his action.
During the match Kyle Jamieson throws a ball in the side of the Pakistan’s Faheem Ashraf. He was fined 25% of his match fees and they gave a demerit point for the disciplinary action of Kyle Jamieson. This was his first crime in this year said ICC.
The charge amount was decided by the on field umpires like Chris Gaffaney and Wayne Knights. And the third and fourth umpires are Chris Brown and Shaun Haig.
The International Cricket Council said in a report that “According to the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, he breaks the rule in Article 2.9. It says about sending a ball at or near to the player in an improper or unsuitable way in the International match”.
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On Monday during the 75th over of first innings of the Pakistan, the New Zealand player throws a ball at high speed in the direction of Faheem Ashraf. When this incident happens the batsman was not at the stumps, he was standing inside the popping crease with no plan to take a run.
The ICC said that, “The crime was accepted by the New Zealand player and he was ready to accept the sanction of Jeff Crowe of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of match referees. The ICC Cricket Operations Department upholds it based on the present playing rules due to corona”.