Proteas spinner 'sorry' for poor misconduct

2017-09-11 11:46
Tabraiz Shamsi (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has been fined half of his match fee for 'serious dissent' during the final of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) between Trinbago Knight Riders and St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots on Saturday.

Shamsi, who was playing for the Patriots, was fined 50 percent of his match fee for a Level 2 breach of code of conduct.

According to CricBuzz website, in the 13th over Shamsi felt he managed to get batsman Javon Searles out leg before wicket, only for the umpire to turn it down.

As the umpire remained unmoved by Shamsi's pleas, the bowler displayed his frustration and gestured angrily towards the umpire.

The Knight Riders defeated the Patriots by three wickets to win their second title in the league.

Shamsi took to Twitter to apologise for his behaviour:

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