Tanbir Hayder reprimanded by ICC

Bangladesh all-rounder Tanbir Hayder, who made ODI debut for national side on Thursday during the second ODI match of three match series against New Zealand, has  received an official reprimand for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the game. [Read in Bangla: তানভীরকে আইসিসির তিরস্কার]

Tanbir Hayder could not able to prove himself in his ODI debut at Saxton Oval, Nelson. He bowled 8 overs against the Black caps and remained wicket less by giving 45 runs and scored only two runs with the bat.
Tanbir was found to have breached article 2.1.4 of the ICC’s code of conduct during the 19th over of the match when he was being hit for a four by the Kiwis batman Neil Broom. Frustrated , Tanvir Hyder used obscene language to the Kiwis batsman after hitting boundary which was heard by the field umpires.

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As a result, after the game, this 25 year-old old cricketer received an official reprimand by the match referee. One demerit point has been added as well as to his disciplinary record after that incident. To be noted, four or more demerit points within a 24-month period will be converted into suspension points and he will be banned. Two suspension points equate to a ban from one Test or two ODIs or two Twenty20 internationals, whatever comes first for the player.

-Imran Hasan, Correspondent,

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