PAKISTAN captain Sarfraz Ahmed has slammed New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor for creating a “disgraceful” throwing gesture when dealing with Mohammad Hafeez all through their ODI in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Taylor appeared to question the bowling of portion-time offspinner Hafeez whose motion has been considered unlawful by the Worldwide Cricket Council many occasions in the latest a long time.
Sarfraz experienced a heated trade with Taylor and the on-industry umpires as New Zealand, fired by a hat-trick by returning paceman Trent Boult, received the collection- opener by 47 operates.
“I will say that Taylor’s motion was not appropriate,” Sarfraz reported.
“It’s not his career to give (the) motion which was revealed on Television set. It was disgraceful, for me.
“His career is to do batting and if he concentrates on that, it is greater. I complained to umpires that his motion did not arrive less than sportsmanship.
“Ross is a qualified cricketer and he should really not have completed that. He did it two or 3 occasions – it is (the) umpires’ career,” Safraz included.
“Hafeez’s motion has no dilemma and (Taylor) was hoping to make an problem with out a explanation.”
Hafeez was suspended from bowling 2 times in 2014-15 and yet again in 2017 because of to troubles with his motion.
His newest suspension was lifted in April.
It was unclear regardless of whether Pakistan experienced manufactured an formal criticism to the match referee but Taylor’s gesture is very likely to arrive less than ICC scrutiny.
Hafeez’s bowling will also be less than the highlight in the 2nd sport of the 3-match collection in Abu Dhabi on Friday.