ICC reprimands Jonny Bairstow for breaching the code of conduct after his inappropriate reaction to dismissal in 5th T20I against Newzealand.
Jinny Bairstow has been sanctioned by the ICC and given one demerit point for using an audible obscenity as he edged the ball to the keeper on the bowling of Jimmy Neesham in the series decider for 47 runs.
The English batsman has admitted for breaching 2.3 of ICC Code of Conduct as he left Eden Park having reacting inappropriately. This happened during the 5th T20I match between England and Newzealand to decide the 5 match series.
— Luke Chapman (@ljchapman77) November 10, 2019
This time, Newzealand was once again had misfortune as they lost the match against the Three Lions in the super over once again, recollecting the horror memories of ICC World Cup final.
Earlier, the match was restricted to 11 overs and New Zealand managed to put a mammoth 146 on the board but England too ended up getting the same amount of runs and taking the game to a super over, credits to Bairstow’s whirlwind innings and some late hitting from Chris Jordan.
Although, this time England won the match by 7 runs in the super over instead of winning by more number of boundaries which did not go well with the cricket fans across the world as nobody wanted such closure to a World cup in such fashion.
Nevertheless, with this win, England has won the T20 series against the Kiwis by 2-1. Now, both sides will head towards the test series and will play their first fixture from 21st November till 25 November at the Bay Oval.