The Kiwis are playing against the Bangladesh, They are really under the Pump they have played some continuous cricket since the T20 World Cup, After the World Cup they played against India in a proper tour where they were Whitewashed and the a national league for the Players. The Kiwis are now playing the Tigers. Now, Kyle Jamieson Breaching ICC code of Conduct in second test match vs Bangladesh.
Bangladesh has been a good team but they always end up in heartbreaking loss. The Kiwis played good cricket but were defeated by the Bangladesh. It was a heartbreaking loss for the team. They Somehow managed to come back and played very well in the second test.
Kyle Jamieson Breaching ICC code of Conduct
The Kiwis were asked to bat first. They didn’t disappoint the visitors and went onto score 521 at the loss of only six wickets. They just played some quality cricketing shots Latham the Skipper smashed 252 runs, Conway was the second highest score and smashed 109 Blundell’s fireworks at the end made the team stand in a very strong position. Bangladesh was asked to bat then.
Trent Boult had some wonderful Plans he did not the Bangladeshi players settle and took a Five Wicket haul. He was just brilliant. Jamieson took the Wicket of the only batsman who scored half Century it was Yasir Ali. In the flow of Celebration, he used some abusive language which isn’t allowed in the Middle.
Kyle Jamieson Breaching ICC code of Conduct, Fined 15% of Match Fee
Watch the reason 👇 pic.twitter.com/XRfKoQdjBj
— Cric Dzire (@CricDzire) January 11, 2022
He has earlier done this at on 23 March 2021 during an ODI against Bangladesh in Christchurch and on 28 December 2020 in a Test match against Pakistan in Tauranga. This is the Third time. The player gets demerited.
Kyle fined 15 percent of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct vs Bangladesh in Christchurch.
On-field umpires , third umpire and fourth umpire Shaun Haig leveled the charge. Player accepted the offence, so no further hearing required and close the case.
Ross Taylor Bids Adieu with a Sweet Memory
The Wall for the Kiwis played his final test against the Bangladesh he scored 28 runs, But he ended a wonderful career he is one of the very great players that Kiwis have witnessed. He Rolled his arm and got the Final Wicket which gave them this Victory and Farewell to a Legend. He will surely be missed on Field. The Kiwis sealed the Match by an Innings and 117 Runs.