Melbourne: Australian leg spinner Adam Zampa has been banned from playing in the ongoing Big Bash League (BBL) for « Audible profanity, » he said during a game on Jan.. December, Cricket Australia said in a statement.
The spinner, who represents Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, accepted the « audible profanity charge » during his BBL team Melbourne Stars’ game against Sydney Thunder.
Zampa was also punished with a suspension point and a fine of US $ 2500 under the Cricket Australia Level 1 Offense.
At the end of the 16th. Innings of Thunder, Callum Ferguson cut off a short and wide delivery of Zampa to cover a single. As the Thunder Batsmen ran between the gates, Zampa seemed to utter ‘f *** me’, which was picked up by the blunt microphone. The 28-year-old Spin Bowler has taken seven wickets in the BBL this season.
Before the test series, he took a wicket in each of the three T20 internationals against India and at the start of the ODI series with three games against India a total of seven wickets, including a four-wicket train Australian International Summer. IANS
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