Khaled admitted the offence and accepted the sanction, avoiding Bangladesh bowler fined
DHAKA: Bangladesh pace bowler Khaled Ahmed has been fined for tossing a ball at a South African batsman during the second Test in Gqeberha,
the International Cricket Council said Tuesday.
The occurrence occurred in the 95th over of South Africa’s first innings on Saturday when Kyle Verreynne hit the ball back towards Khaled.
The bowler then tossed it towards Verreynne in an unseemly and risky way, hitting him on the right glove, the ICC said.
The fine records for 15% of Khaled’s match expense.
Khaled conceded the offense and acknowledged the authorization,
keeping away from the requirement for a conventional hearing, the ICC said.
The hosts won the Test by 332 runs inside four days for a 2-0 scope of the series.
Khaled was a rare example of focusing lights for Bangladesh in South Africa, getting eight wickets across the two Tests at a normal of 32.87.