Khaled a shining light for Bangladesh in South Africa, picked up eight wickets across the two Tests at an average of 32.87 got fined
In Dhaka Bangladesh, the international cricket council has reported that Khaled Ahmed who is a fast bowler got fined for throwing the ball at the South African batsman in the second test.
On Saturday, in the 95th over of south Africans first innings, this incident happened when Kyle Verreynne played his shot and hit the ball back to Khaled. And ultimately this action caused a prompt and inappropriate reaction by Khaled for throwing the ball back to Verreynne with an inappropriate gesture that hit on the gloves of the batter.
Khaled admitted his miss-hap. His acceptance avoided the formal hearing and only got fined 15% of his match’s fee.
South Africa, who were hosting the test match series based on two matches outclassed to Bangladesh team winning both test matches and jumped to second place after Australia in the World test championship table
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In this last match, the hosts got the victory by 332 runs and they managed to get a victory within four days.
Khaled Ahmed though made a good effort for picking 8 wickets in both test matches with an average of 32.87 which was one of the positives that Bangladesh will carry to get some results playing against Sri Lanka. As Bangladesh has its next series against Sri Lanka.