English Spinner Graeme Swann has been punished 10 % game charge for applying unpleasant words during English’s 2 wicket overcome by Bangladesh in Chittagong, ICC explained on Today.
Swann Graeme later apologised to the umpires and pleaded responsible to the Level 1 offence below the international Cricket Board code of conduct, the ruling body stated.
On field umpires Darryl Harper, Rod Tucker and 3rd umpire Aleem Dar moved the claim against Swann for “choosing words or a body language that is obscene, questionable or disparaging during an international game.
“Swann Graeme turned annoyed and angry at the situation of the 2nd ball used during the Bangladesh innings,” game umpire Jeff Crowe said in a report.
“Swann Graeme remarks to the umpires while in the 26th over of the innings were unpleasant and an over soon after Swann , understanding this particular, made a real excuse to the umpires for his steps.