NZ Team Apologises For 'inadequate And Disrespectful' Criticism At Amir

New Zealand Cricket on the day of Wednesday apologized to Pakistan fast-bowler Mohammad Amir after a stadium announcer played the sound effect of a cash register merely before the left-arm pacer was about to begin one of his overs.

NZC stated that it was “inadequate and disrespectful” of the DJ to have played the suggestive sound effect during the Friday’s 3rd T20 International between the countries Pakistan and New Zealand at the Westpac Stadium in the state Wellington.

In accordance to reports, NZC chief executive David White has reprimanded the DJ and gave a complete apology to Amir and the Pakistani team.

 

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