Shakib Al Hasan gets another bad news for the first Twenty20 series whitewash against West Indies in Sylhet ICC fined 15 percent of the match fee. Shakib’s ‘offense’, he disagreed with the decision of the umpire and took ‘quarrel’ with them for a while.
The incident happened on the last day of the 14th over of the Bangladesh innings. Shakib wanted to pool the slower bouncer of Ocean Thomas. But the bat did not say, it goes away from the leg stump and goes to the wicketkeeper. Shakib claimed that it was Wide. But the umpire’s argument, the ball touched his jersey. Shakib got angry due to not being wide. Cried and continued to argue about it.
After the match, the match referee Jeff Crowe acknowledged his mistake and did not need a formal hearing. Shakib has been fined 15 percent match fee and 1 middle-order penalty for breaching ICC Level-1 code of conduct. In this year Shakib got two Demert points. The previous match was in the match against Sri Lanka in the Nidhas Trophy held in Sri Lanka in March.
In the first T20 against Sylhet, Bangladesh’s batting crashes against the West Indies are 61 for the highest score of Shakib’s bat. There is also the frustration of the team rate, Bangladesh T-20 captain now has to count the fine.
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