Ban versus Jim: Bangladesh-Zimbabwe players clash in mid-match, fined by ICC

Bangladesh player Taskin Ahmad and Zimbabwe speedster Blessing Muzarbani have been fined 15 per cent of their match fee for violating the Level 1 (Inappropriate Physical Connection) of the ICC (International Cricket Council) Code of Conduct on the second day of the one-day international match in Harare. Imposed above.

12 of the ICC Players and Support Personnel Code of Conduct, which relates to improper physical contact with a player, support staff, umpire, match referee or any other person (including spectators) during an international match. In addition, a demerit point has been added to the players’ disciplinary record.

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The two men have not been found guilty of any violations in the past 24 months. The incident took place in the 85th over of Bangladesh’s first innings on Thursday. Muzarbani threw the ball to Taskin and both players went offensive to one another and some angry words exchanged between the two, followed by physical contact between the two.

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