Cricket: Kyle Jamieson fined after showing dissent for umpire's decision against Bangladesh

Blackcaps fast bowler Kyle Jamieson has been slapped with a fine of 15 percent of his match fee, after showing dissent towards an umpire's decision in Tuesday's victory in the second one-day international against Bangladesh.

In the first innings of Tuesday's five-wicket New Zealand victory, Jamieson appeared to have taken a fantastic caught-and-bowled to remove Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal, moving low to his left in his follow through.

But what would have been Jamieson's first wicket of the day, and also of the series, was taken from him - as replays cast doubt on whether the tall fast bowler had taken the catch cleanly, and ruled not to have full control of the ball as he hit the ground.

Jamieson reacted angrily to the decision made by third umpire Wayne Knights, and showed dissent by throwing his arms in the air.

The sanction proposed by match referee Jeff Crowe was accepted by Jamieson.

Along with the fine of 15 percent, Jamieson has also had a demerit point added to his disciplinary record, found guilty to have breaked the ICC's code of conduct, which could result in a maximum penalty of a 50 percent of his match fee.

This latest fine is Jamieson's second in a matter of months.

Earlier this summer, Jamieson was fined 25 percent of his match fee of the first test against Pakistan in Mount Maunganui - found to have breached article 2.9 of the ICC code of conduct for throwing the ball at batsman Faheem Ashraf.

These incidents mean Jamieson's record currently sits at two demerit points. If a player accrues for or more demerit points in the space of 24 months, then they are handed suspensions by the ICC.

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