WATCH: Zimbabwe and Bangladesh gamers punished for bumping heads in one-off Check

On Day 2 of the ongoing one-off Check between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh at Harare Sports activities Membership, a heated alternate between Zimbabwe quick bowler Blessing Muzarabani and Bangladesh’s quantity 10 batsman Taskin Ahmed grabbed everybody’s consideration.

The muse of the frustration confirmed by Muzarabani began when Taskin scored an excellent 75 from 134 balls and took Bangladesh out of sizzling waters as they had been struggling at 132/6 at one level. As a result of his 75-run knock, the quantity 10 batter shaped an unbelievable 191-run partnership with Mahmudullah to deliver again his aspect into the sport.

The incident happened within the eighty fifth over of Bangladesh’s innings when Taskin efficiently managed to depart a brief supply from Muzarabani. Afterwards, the batter did a little bit of dance step on the pitch as he managed to steer clear of the road of the supply. Someway, this irked the bowler, and he went straight in the direction of the batsman to point out some anger.

Muzarabani pressed his head up in opposition to the batsman’s helmet grill, and the duo exchanged some phrases.

Each gamers had been later charged with a Stage 1 breach of the ICC’s Code of Conduct regarding “inappropriate bodily contact” throughout a match. They had been fined 15 per cent of their match charges, and one demerit level was added to their disciplinary information.

Right here is the video:

Now that is one thing!

Muzarabani and Taskin get into one another’s faces!

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“Informed him to do one thing with the ball slightly than abusing me”: Taskin on Muzarabani

After scoring his maiden half-century in worldwide cricket and including a game-changing 191-run stand with Mahmudullah, Taskin reacted to his alternate with Muzarabani, saying their (Zimbabwe) quick bowlers had been making an attempt all the things to get him out, however he dealt with them properly. Taskin stated that he particularly advised the Zimbabwean pacer to focus on his bowling slightly than having a go at him.

“Their quick bowlers had been attacking me with bouncers and making an attempt to get me out,” stated Taskin as quoted by ESPNcricinfo.

“I feel I used to be dealing with them properly. A few of them had been abusing me as properly, however after they did it for the third time, I advised him to do one thing with the ball slightly than abusing me,” he added.

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