Zimbabwe's Tendai Chatara Fined by ICC for Dissent
Zimbabwean cricketer Tendai Chatara shook his head and gestured toward his pad after he was given out caught behind late on the opening day of the Test against South Africa at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.
- Associated Press
- Updated: August 11, 2014 09:51 PM IST
The International Cricket Council says Zimbabwe's Tendai Chatara has been reprimanded for showing dissent when he was given out in the ongoing one-off Test against South Africa.
Chatara shook his head and gestured toward his pad after he was given out caught behind late on the opening day of the test at Harare Sports Club on Saturday. TV replays showed the ball deflected off Chatara's pad and not his bat. He was one of South African fast bowler Dale Steyn's five wickets.
The ICC said on Sunday that Chatara had pleaded guilty to a level one breach of the code of conduct and received an official reprimand for showing dissent at an umpire's decision.